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Books
  • Boutros, Fatim, Facing Diasporic Trauma: Self-Representation in the Writings of John Hearne, Caryl Phillips, and Fred D'Aguiar (Leiden & Boston: Brill/Rodopi, Cross/Cultures 186, 2015).
  • Clary, Françoise, Caryl Phillips: Crossing the River (Neuilly-sur-Seine: Atlande, 2017).
  • Clary, Françoise, Plus sur Caryl Phillips (Neuilly-sur-Seine: Atlande, 2018).
  • Kato, Tsunehiko, The World of Caryl Phillips: An Introduction to the Present Black British Literature (Kyoto: Sekaishiso-sha, 2008). In Japanese.
  • Kral, Françoise, Sounding Out History: Caryl Phillips's Crossing the River (Nanterre: Presses universitaires de Paris Nanterre, 2017).
  • Ledent, Bénédicte, Caryl Phillips (Manchester: Manchester University Press, Contemporary World Writers Series, 2002).
  • Ledent, Bénédicte & Daria Tunca, eds., Caryl Phillips: Writing in the Key of Life (Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi, 2012).
  • Lefrançois, Frédéric, L'autre scène du désir: Strange Fruit de Caryl Phillips (Paris: Yehkri, 2017).
  • Ranguin, Josiane, Mediating the Windrush Children: Caryl Phillips and Horace Ove (New York: Peter Lang, 2020).
  • Schatteman, Renée T., ed., Conversations with Caryl Phillips (Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississippi, 2009).
  • Thomas, Helen, Caryl Phillips, Writers and their Work Series (London: Northcote, 2006).
  • Ward, Abigail, Caryl Phillips, David Dabydeen, and Fred D'Aguiar: Representations of Slavery (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2011).

 

Special Issues
  • Special issue of Moving Worlds: Familial and Other Conversations, 7.1 (2007). Guest edited by Bénédicte Ledent. 'Editorial', p. 1.
  • Special issue of Cycnos: Traversée d'une oeuvre: Crossing the River de Caryl Phillips, 32.1 (2016). Guest edited by Vanessa Guignery & Christian Gutleben. 'Parcours Critiques: lectures plurielles de Crossing the River de Caryl Phillips', pp. 7-25.
  • Special issue of Commonwealth Essays and Studies, 40.1 (Autumn 2017). Guest edited by Kathie Birat. 'Introduction', pp. 5-10.
  • Special issue of Ariel: A Review of International English Literature, 48.3&4 (July-October 2017). Guest edited by Bénédicte Ledent. 'Introduction: Thinking Caryl Phillips Out of the Box', pp. 1-11.
  • Special issue of Lectures du monde anglophone, 'Caryl Phillips, Inhabiting the Voids of History', 4 (2018). Guest edited by Françoise Kral. [ available online ]

 

Articles & Essays
  • Aatkar, Sofia, 'Postcolonial flânerie in Caryl Phillips's The Atlantic Sound and Ferdinand Dennis's Behind the Frontlines: Journey into Afro-Britain', Journal of Postcolonial Writing, 56.1 (2020), pp. 30-42.
  • Acquarone, Cecilia, 'Barriers, Borders and Crossings in two Postmodern Novels: Caryl Phillips's The Nature of Blood and Zadie Smith's White Teeth', EPOS, 24 (2008), pp. 207-221.
  • Adesokan, Akin, 'Imaginary Citizenship: Caryl Phillips's Atlantic World', in his Postcolonial Artists and Global Aesthetics (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2011), pp. 133-155.
  • Adesokan, Akin, 'The Ambiguous Adventures of Caryl Phillips', in Africa in the World & the World in Africa: Essays in Honour of Abiola Irele, ed. by Biodun Jeyifo (Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press, 2011), pp. 135-153.
  • Alka, Divya Joshi, 'Quest for Black Identity in The European Tribe', Research Journal of English Language and Literature, 5.3 (2017), pp. 220-227. [ available online ]
  • Alka, Divya Joshi, 'Historical and Eco-Critical Analysis of Caryl Phillips's The Atlantic Sound', International Journal of Management and Applied Science, 11.3 (2017), pp. 73-76. [ available online ]
  • Almeida Silva, Denise, 'Forasteiros na Pátria-Mãe: O Lugar do Migrante em The Lonely Londoners, de Samuel Selvon e The Final Passage, de Caryl Phillips', Ilha do Desterno: A Journal of Language and Literature, 54 (January-June 2008), pp. 39-59.
  • An, Jee Hyun, '"Only then, if I listen carefully": The Sounding(s) of Countermodernity in Caryl Phillips's Crossing the River’, Cycnos: Traversée d'une oeuvre: Crossing the River de Caryl Phillips, 32.1 (2016), pp. 157-172.
  • Andindilile, Michael, '"We have lost sight of Africa": America, Europe and the Diaspora in Caryl Phillips's Crossing the River', Afroeuropa 3.1 (2009).
  • Antoni, Robert, 'The Enigma of Unarrival: A Tribute to Caryl Phillips', Ariel, 48.3&4 (2017), pp. 29-35.
  • Armstrong, Andrew, 'Bloody History! Exploring a Capacity for Revision. Exploring History in Wilson Harris's Jonestown and Caryl Phillips's The Nature of Blood', Jouvert, 6.3 (2002). [ available online ]
  • Armstrong, Andrew, 'It's in the Blood! Othello and his Descendants: Reading the Spatialization of Race in Caryl Phillips' The Nature of Blood', Shibboleths: A Journal of Comparative Theory, 2.2 (June 2008), pp. 118-132. [ available online ]
  • Ashford Carter, Tomeiko, 'Signifying (Non)Linguistic and Subliminal Spirituality: Caryl Phillips' Crossing the River', Ariel, 45.1&2 (January-April 2014), pp. 247-260.
  • Ayukako, Elizabeth T., 'Migration and Personality Disintegration in Caryl Phillips' In the Falling Snow', Labyrinth: An International Refereed Journal of Postmodern Studies, 6.1 (2015), pp. 5-21.
  • Baillie, Justine, '"There are no paths in water": History, Memory and Narrative Form in Crossing the River (1993) and Foreigners: Three English Lives (2007)', Lectures du monde anglophone, 4 (2018), special issue on 'Caryl Phillips, Inhabiting the Voids of History', guest edited by Françoise Kral, [ available online ]
  • Bamyeh, Mohammed A., 'Frames of Belonging: Four Contemporary European Travels', Social Text, 39 (Summer 1994), pp. 35-55.
  • Bartkowski, Frances, 'Casablanca Revisited: Caryl Phillips's The European Tribe', in her Travelers, Immigrants, Inmates: Essays in Estrangement (Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press, 1995), pp. 63-71.
  • Bartley, Rebekah, 'History Reinterpreted: A Postcolonial Approach to Caryl Phillips' Crossing the River', Watermark, 1 (Winter 2007), pp. 20-30.
  • Becker, Bastian Balthazar, '"An Everblooming Flower": Caribbean Antidote to a European Disease in the Works of Caryl Phillips', South Atlantic Review, 75.2 (Spring 2010), pp. 113-134.
  • Bekers, Elisabeth, 'The Mirage of Europe in Caryl Phillips's A Distant Shore and Chika Unigwe's On Black Sisters' Street', in Postcolonial Gateways and Walls: Under Construction, ed. by Daria Tunca and Janet Wilson (Leiden & Boston: Brill/Rodopi, 2016), pp. 255-277.
  • Bekers, Elisabeth, 'Creative Challenges to Captivity: Slave Authorship in Black British Neo-Slave Narratives', Life Writing, 15.1 (2018), pp. 23-42.
  • Benítez-Rojo, Antonio, 'Three Words toward Creolization', in Caribbean Creolization: Reflections on the Cultural Dynamics of Language, Literature, and Identity, ed. by Kathleen M. Balutansky & Marie-Agnès Sourieau (Barbados: University Press of the West Indies, 1998), pp. 53-61.
  • Bennett, Zara, 'Going Home? The Foiled Myth of Return in Eddy L. Harris's Native Stranger: A Black American's Journey into the Heart of Africa and Caryl Phillips's The Atlantic Sound', Paroles Gelées: UCLA French Studies (Spring 2006), pp. 7-18.
  • Bentley, Nick, 'Narratives of Trauma and Loss in Caryl Phillips's Crossing the River and A Distant Shore', Commonwealth Essays and Studies, 40.1 (Autumn 2017), pp. 21-31.
  • Bernabei, Franca, 'Caribbean Passages: Beginnings and Transformations', in Roots and Beginnings: Proceedings of the 2nd AISLI Conference, ed. by Pietro Deandrea & Victoria Tchernichova (Venice: Cafoscarina, 2003), pp. 111-122.
  • Bernabei, Franca, 'Guests, Strangers, and Non-persons: Ius migrandi and the risks of hospitality in a circumatlantic perspective', in Approaching SeaChanges: Metamorphoses and Migrations across the Atlantic, ed. by Annalisa Oboe (Padua: Unipress, 2005), pp. 27-47.
  • Bewes, Timothy, 'Shame, Ventriloquy, and the Problem of the Cliche in Caryl Phillips', Cultural Critique, 63 (Spring 2006), pp. 33-60. A revised version of this article was also published in Bewes's The Event of Postcolonial Shame (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2011), pp. 49-72.
  • Bin, Xu, 'Moral Panic and Home Anxiety: "Imperial Boomeranging" in Caryl Phillips's The Lost Child', Foreign Literature Studies, 6 (2016), pp. 128-136.
  • Bin, Xu & Liu Peng, 'Anxiety of Belonging and "New World Order": Caryl Phillips's Postcolonial Narrative of Transatlantic Diaspora', Interdisciplinary Studies of Literature, 3.3 (2019), pp. 443-457.
  • Birat, Kathie, 'Delegated Dominion: Language and Displacement in Cambridge by Caryl Phillips', Revue française d'études américaines, 72 (March 1997), pp. 26-36. [ available online ]
  • Birat, Kathie, '"Re-visionary Strategies": History and Fiction in the Novels of Caryl Phillips and Wilson Harris', in Theory and Literary Creation / Théorie et création littéraire, ed. by Jean-Pierre Durix (Dijon: Editions Universitaires de Dijon, 1999), pp. 21-31.
  • Birat, Kathie, '"A Shameful Intercourse": Meaning and Signifying in Caryl Phillips's Novels of the Slave Trade', Actes du Colloque G.R.A.A.T. / C.E.R.C.A. "Ré-inventer le Réel", textes réunis par Trevor Harris (Tours: Publications des Groupes de Recherches Anglo-Américaines de l'Université François Rabelais de Tours, 1999), pp. 33-47.
  • Birat, Kathie, 'The Conundrum of Home: The Diasporic Imagination in The Nature of Blood by Caryl Phillips', in African Diasporas in the New and Old Worlds: Consciousness and Imagination, ed. by Geneviève Fabre & Klaus Benesch (Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi, 2004), pp. 195-211.
  • Birat, Kathie, 'Points of Entanglement: Language and Identity in the Fiction of Caryl Phillips and Patrick Chamoiseau', in Le monde caraïbe: défis et dynamiques – Tome 1. Visions identitaires, diasporas, configurations culturelles, ed. by Christian Lerat (Pessac: Maison des Sciences de l'Homme d'Aquitaine, 2005), pp. 141-155.
  • Birat, Kathie, '"Really no more than a report on one man's way of seeing": Caryl Phillips's Non-fictional Works', Moving Worlds, 7.1 (2007), pp. 59-73.
  • Birat, Kathie, '"Neither 'written' nor 'spoken": The Ambiguities of Voice in the fiction of Caryl Phillips', in The Caribbean Writer as Warrior of the Imaginary / L'Ecrivain caribéen, guerrier de l'imaginaire, ed. by Kathleen Gyssels & Bénédicte Ledent (Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi, 2008), pp. 287-306.
  • Birat, Kathie, '"Creative Biography": Fiction and Non-fiction in Caryl Phillips's Foreigners: Three English Lives', Commonwealth Essays and Studies, 36.1 (Autumn 2013), pp. 57-67.
  • Birat, Kathie, 'Artistic Performance and the Crossing of Boundaries in Caryl Phillips's Dancing in the Dark', Commonwealth Essays and Studies, 37.1 (Autumn 2014), pp. 45-55.
  • Birat, Kathie, 'Embodied Voices: Literacy and Empathy in Caryl Phillips's Crossing the River', Cycnos: Traversée d'une oeuvre: Crossing the River de Caryl Phillips, 32.1 (2016), pp. 89-105.
  • Birat, Kathie, 'Historicising Emotion in Crossing the River by Caryl Phillips', Lectures du monde anglophone, 4 (2018), special issue on 'Caryl Phillips, Inhabiting the Voids of History', guest edited by Françoise Kral. [ available online ]
  • Blevins, Steven, Living Cargo: How Black Britain Performs Its Past (Minneapolis & London: University of Minnesota Press, 2016), especially chapter 2, 'Living Rough: The Disposition and Dispensation of Aleatory Life', pp. 67-103.
  • Boddy, Kasia, '"Working-Class Black Some Days, Black Working Class Others": Caryl Phillips's Friction Points', The Cambridge Quarterly, 48.1 (March 2019), pp. 1–17.
  • Boehmer, Elleke, 'Response to Caryl Phillips, "Border Crossings"', in Displacement, Asylum, Migration: The Oxford Amnesty Lectures 2004, ed. by Kate E. Tunstall (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006), pp. 226-231.
  • Bonnici, Thomas, 'Representações de diáspora nos romances de Caryl Phillips', Diálogos, 82 (2004), pp. 11-25.
  • Bonnici, Thomas, 'The Contemporary Post-colonial Novel in English', Acta Scientiarum, 26.1 (2004), pp. 1-22. [ available online ]
  • Bonnici, Thomas, 'Diaspora in Caryl Phillips's Crossing the River (1993) and A Distant Shore (2003)', Gragoatá, 17.2 (2005), pp. 63-86. [ available online ]
  • Bonnici, Thomas, 'Uma leitura pós-colonialista de Crossing the River (1993), de Caryl Phillips', Anais da VII Semana de Letras da FAFIJAN (Faculdade de Filosofia e Letras de Jandaia do Sul, Jandaia do Sul, PR, Brazil, 2005), pp. 571-579.
  • Bonnici, Thomas, 'Diaspora in Caryl Phillips's A Distant Shore', Revista Cesumar – Ciências Humanas e Sociais Aplicadas, 12.2 (July-December 2007), pp. 305-322.
  • Bonnici, Thomas, 'Diaspora in Caryl Phillips's Crossing the River (1993)', in Shared Waters: Soundings in Postcolonial Literatures, ed. by Stella Borg-Barthet (Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi, 2009), 261-270.
  • Bonnici, Thomas, 'Negotiating Inclusion in Caryl Phillips's A Distant Shore', in Caryl Phillips: Writing in the Key of Life, ed. by Bénédicte Ledent & Daria Tunca (Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi, 2012), pp. 283-292.
  • Bourne, Stephen, Black in the British Frame: The Black Experience in British Film and Television (London: Continuum, 2001), partim.
  • Boutros, Fatim, Revision als Illusion: Die Aufarbeitung der Sklaverei in neueren Romanen der anglophonen Karibik (Würzburg: Köningshausen & Neumann, 2004), partim.
  • Boutros, Fatim, 'Bidirectional Revision: The Connection between Past and Present in Caryl Phillips's Crossing the River', in Caryl Phillips: Writing in the Key of Life, ed. by Bénédicte Ledent & Daria Tunca (Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi, 2012), pp. 175-190.
  • Brophy, Sarah, '"Going Home": Caryl Phillips's The Lost Child as Feminist Decolonial "Yorkshire Noir"', Lit: Literature Interpretation Theory, 29.3 (2018), pp. 159-178.
  • Brown, J. Dillon, 'A State of Interdependence: Caryl Phillips and the Postwar World Order', Ariel, 44.2&3 (2013), pp. 85-111.
  • Brown, J. Dillon, 'L'institution de la littérature caribéenne anglophone', Le postcolonial comparé: anglophonie, francophonie, ed. by Claire Joubert (Saint-Denis: Presses universitaires de Vincennes, 2013), pp. 153-175.
  • Buchanan, Brad, 'Caryl Phillips: Colonialism, Cultural Hybridity and Racial Difference', in Contemporary British Fiction, ed. by Richard J. Lane, Rod Mengham & Philip Tew (Cambridge: Polity Press, 2003), pp. 174-190.
  • Buonaiuto, Claudia, 'Archival Sounds: Caryl Phillips's Atlantic Story', Anglistica, 8.1-2 (2004), pp. 11-27.
  • Buonnano, Giovanna, 'Exploring Literary Voices in The Lost Child', Commonwealth Essays and Studies, 40.1 (Autumn 2017), pp. 95-104.
  • Byrne, Eleanor, 'Queering the Black Atlantic in Caryl Phillips's Crossing the River and Jackie Kay's Trumpet', Cycnos: Traversée d'une oeuvre: Crossing the River de Caryl Phillips, 32.1 (2016), pp. 191-206.
  • Calbi, Maurizio, 'Vexing Encounters: Uncanny Belonging and the Poetics of Alterity in Caryl Phillips's Cambridge', Postcolonial Text, 1.2 (2005). [ available online ]
  • Calbi, Maurizio, 'Vexing Encounters: Uncanniness, Belonging and Alterity in Caryl Phillips's Cambridge', in Cross-Cultural Encounters: Identity, Gender, Representation, ed. by Marc Silver & Giovanna Buonanno (Rome: Officina, 2005), pp. 45-55.
  • Calbi, Maurizio, '"The Ghosts of Strangers": Le maschere di Otello in The Nature of Blood di Caryl Phillips', in Maschere dell'Impero: Percosi coloniali della letteratura inglese, ed. by Elio Di Piazza, Daniela Corona & Marcella Romeo (Pisa: ETS, 2005), pp. 125-146.
  • Calbi, Maurizio, '"The Ghost of Strangers": Hospitality, Identity and Temporality in Caryl Phillips's The Nature of Blood', Journal of Early Modern Cultural Studies, 6.2 (Fall-Winter 2006), pp. 38-54.
  • Calbi, Maurizio, 'Atlantic Sounds: Home, Memory and Belonging in Caryl Phillips's Travel Writing', in Viaggio e letteratura, ed. by Maria Teresa Chialant (Venice: Marsilio, 2006), pp. 51-66.
  • Calbi, Maurizio, 'Encounters on the Estate: Memory, Secrecy and Trauma in Caryl Phillips's A Distant Shore', in The Representation and Transformation of Literary Landscapes: Proceedings of the 4th AISLI Conference, ed. by Francesco Cattani & Amanda Nadalini (Venice: Cafoscarina, 2006), pp. 55-68.
  • Carrington, Ben, 'Playing Home: The Boy in the Mirror as Sportswriter', Ariel, 48.3&4 (2017), pp. 129-157.
  • Casteel, Sarah Phillips, 'Writing Under the Sign of Anne Frank: Creolized Holocaust Memory in Michelle Cliff and Caryl Phillips', Modern Fiction Studies, 60.4 (Winter 2014), pp. 796-820. Also published in her Calypso Jews: Jewishness in the Caribbean Literary Imagination (New York: Columbia University Press, 2016), pp. 235-270.
  • Catic, Emina & I. Murat Öner, 'Lives Fractured: Re/naming and Identity in the Writing of Caryl Phillips', Romanian Journal of English Studies, 16.1 (2019), pp. 32-41. [ available online ]
  • Cattani, Francesco, 'Exploring the European 'Common' Wealth: A Black British Literary and Artistic Tour', in Uncommon Wealths in Postcolonial Fiction, ed. by Helga Ramsey-Kurz & Melissa Kennedy (Leiden & Boston: Brill/Rodopi, 2018), pp. 249-268.
  • Charras, Françoise, 'De-centering the Center: George Lamming's Natives of My Person (1972) and Caryl Phillips's Cambridge (1991)', in Mapping African America: History, Narrative Formation, and the Production of Knowledge, ed. by Maria Diedrich, Carl Pedersen & Justine Tally (Hamburg: LIT, 1999), pp. 61-78.
  • Chavanelle, Sylvie, 'Caryl Phillips's Cambridge: Ironical (Dis)empowerment?', International Fiction Review, 25.1&2 (1998), pp. 79-88. [ available online ]
  • Cheyette, Bryan, 'Venetian Spaces: Old-New Literatures and the Ambivalent Uses of Jewish History', in Reading the 'New Literatures' in a Postcolonial Era, ed. by Susheila Nasta (Cambridge: D.S. Brewer, 2000), pp. 53-72.
  • Churilla, Emily, 'Coming Home: Communities beyond Borders in Caryl Phillips' The Atlantic Sound and Leila Aboulela's Minaret', Obsidian, 12.2 (2011) pp. 25-46.
  • Ciocia, Stefania, '"The Extravagant and Wheeling Stranger": The Othello Figure in Caryl Phillips's The Nature of Blood', Confronto Letterario: Quaderni del Dipartimento di Lingue e Letterature Straniere Moderne dell'Universita di Paviae del Dipartimento di Linguistica e Letterature Comparate dell' Universita di Bergamo, 16.31 (May 1999), pp. 215-230.
  • Clavaron, Yves, 'Hybridité et diaspora dans deux récits "Atlantiques" (El Siglo de las luces d'Alejo Carpentier et The Atlantic Sound de Caryl Phillips)', in L'Atlantique littéraire : Perspectives théoriques sur la constitution d'un espace translinguistique, ed. by Jean-Marc Moura and Véronique Porra (Hildesheim: Georg Olms Verlag, 2015), pp. 65-79.
  • Clingman, Stephen, 'Forms of History and Identity in The Nature of Blood', Salmagundi, 143 (Summer 2004), pp. 141-166.
  • Clingman, Stephen, '"England Has Changed": Questions of National Form in A Distant Shore', Moving Worlds, 7.1 (2007), pp. 46-58.
  • Clingman, Stephen, 'Routes, Constellation, Faultline: Caryl Phillips', in his The Grammar of Identity: Transnational Fiction and the Nature of the Boundary (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009), pp. 67-98.
  • Clingman, Stephen, 'Rights, Routes and Refugees: The Fiction of Caryl Phillips', Law & Literature, 27.3 (2015), pp. 365-381.
  • Collier, Gordon, 'Serene Surface, Secret Depths? Joyce's Section in Crossing the River', in Postcolonial Knitting: The Art of Jacqueline Bardolph, ed. by Richard Corballis & André Viola (Palmerston North: School of English and Media Studies, Massey University & Nice: CRELA, Université de Nice & Sophia Antipolis, 2000), pp. 185-196.
  • Collier, Gordon, 'The Dynamic of Revelation and Concealment: In the Falling Snow and the Narrational Architecture of Blighted Existences', in Caryl Phillips: Writing in the Key of Life, ed. by Bénédicte Ledent & Daria Tunca (Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi, 2012), pp. 375-406.
  • Courtman, Sandra, 'Dorothy's Heart of Darkness: How Europe Meets Africa in A Distant Shore', in Caryl Phillips: Writing in the Key of Life, ed. by Bénédicte Ledent & Daria Tunca (Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi, 2012), pp. 265-282.
  • Clary, Françoise, 'Extending Intersectionality Theory to the Perception of Blackness and Otherness in Phillipsian Social Space', Lectures du monde anglophone, 4 (2018), special issue on 'Caryl Phillips, Inhabiting the Voids of History', guest edited by Françoise Kral. [ available online ]
  • Creighton, Jane, 'The Bodies of Others: A Meditation on the Environs of Reading J.M. Coetzee's Disgrace and Caryl Phillips's The Nature of Blood', in Encountering Disgrace: Reading and Teaching Coetzee's Novel, ed. by Bill McDonald (Rochester, NY: Camden House, 2009), pp. 313-329.
  • Craps, Stef, 'Linking Legacies of Loss: Traumatic Histories and Cross-Cultural Empathy in Caryl Phillips's Higher Ground and The Nature of Blood', Studies in the Novel, 40.1&2 (Spring & Summer 2008), pp. 191-202. Also published in revised version in Caryl Phillips: Writing in the Key of Life, ed. by Bénédicte Ledent & Daria Tunca (Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi, 2012), pp. 155-173.
  • Craps, Stef, 'Jewish/Postcolonial Diasporas in the Work of Caryl Phillips', in Metaphor and Diaspora in Contemporary Writing, ed. by Jonathan P.A. Sell (Baskingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012), pp. 135-150. Also published as 'Jewish/Postcolonial Diasporas in the Work of Caryl Phillips' in Stef Craps, Postcolonial Witnessing: Trauma out of Bounds (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013), pp. 89-101.
  • Cuder Domínguez, Pilar, 'Marginalia: A White Woman's Middle Passage in Caryl Phillips's Cambridge', in Proceedings of the XIXth International Conference of AEDEAN, ed. by Pérez Guerra et al. (Vigo: Universidade de Vigo, 1996), pp. 223-227.
  • Cuder-Dominguez, Pilar, 'Roots versus Routes in Caryl Phillips's Crossing the River and Dionne Brand's At the Full and Change of the Moon', in Revisiting Slave Narratives/Les avatars contemporains des récits d'esclaves, texts collected by/textes réunis par Judith Misrahi-Barak (Montpellier: Les Carnets du Cerpac, n°2, Université Paul Valéry, Montpellier III, 2005), pp. 365-378.
  • Cuder-Domínguez, Pilar, 'Masculinities and Intergenerational Strife in Recent Black British Fiction', in Migration, Narration, Communication: Cultural Exchanges in a Globalised World, ed. by Alicja Witalisz (Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2011), pp. 23-29.
  • Dahlberg, Leif, 'Melancholic Face-Off: Caryl Phillips's Elegy over David Oluwale', in Diaspora, Law and Literature, ed. by Daniela Carpi and Klaus Stierstorfer (Berlin & Boston: De Gruyter, 2016), pp. 327-347.
  • Dash, J.M., 'The Other Americans', Black Renaissance, 6/7, 3/1 (2006), pp. 143-144. Partly on A New World Order.
  • Davison, Carol Margaret, 'Theorising Race, Slavery and the New Imperial Gothic in Neo Victorian Returns to Wuthering Heights', in Neo-Gothic Narratives: Illusory Allusions from the Past, ed. by Sarah E. Maier & Brenda Ayres (London: Anthem Press, 2020), pp. 41-56.
  • Davison, Neil R., 'Caryl Phillips's Post-Holocaust/Decolonized Interstices and the Levinasian Subjective in Higher Ground and The Nature of Blood', in Caribbean Jewish Crossings: Literary History and Creative Practice, ed. by Sarah Phillips Casteel & Heidi Kaufman (Charlottesville/London: University of Virginia Press, 2019), pp. 248-270.
  • Dawson, Ashley, '"To Remember too much is indeed a form of madness": Caryl Phillips's The Nature of Blood and the modalities of European Racism', Postcolonial Studies: Culture, Politics, Economy, 7.1 (April 2004), pp. 83-101.
  • Deandrea, Pietro, 'British New Slaveries in Chris Cleave's The Other Hand and Caryl Phillips's In the Falling Snow: Diachronic and Synchronic Reflections', in New Directions in Diaspora Studies: Cultural and Literary Approaches, ed. by Sarah Ilott, Ana Cristina Mendes and Lucinda Newns (London: Rowman & Littlefield, 2018), pp. 115-129.
  • De Chiara, Marina, 'A Tribe Called Europe', in The Post-colonial Question: Common Skies, Divided Horizons, ed. by Iain Chambers & Lidia Curti (London: Routledge, 1996), pp. 228-233.
  • De La Concha Muñoz, Angeles, 'The End of History? Or is it? Circularity versus Progress in Caryl Phillips' The Nature of Blood', Miscelánea, 22 (2000), pp. 1-19.
  • Della Valle, Paola, 'Migration and Multiplicity of Belonging in Caryl Phillips', Le Simplegadi, 16.18 (November 2018), pp. 65-74. [ available online ]
  • Dellarosa, Franca, '"Connecting across Centuries": Memory, Displacement, and Exile in Caryl Phillips's Stage Plays', in Challenges for the 21st Century: Dilemmas, Ambiguities, Directions, ed. by Rosy Colombo, et al. (Roma: Edizioni Q, 2011), pp. 267-274.
  • DeLoughrey, Elizabeth, 'Gendering the Oceanic Voyage: Trespassing the (Black) Atlantic and Caribbean', Thamyris, 5.2 (Autumn 1998), pp. 205-231.
  • Dhouib, Jawhar Ahmed, 'From the Caribbean to the Metropolis: Immigration and "the 'High Anxiety' of Belonging" in Caryl Phillips's In the Falling Snow', in Migration, Culture and Transnational Identities, ed. by Edward Oben Ako & Sarah Anyang Abgor (Paris: L'Harmattan, 2013), pp. 17-30.
  • Dhouib, Jawhar Ahmed, 'Textual Transformations in Contemporary Black Writing in Britain', Advances in Language and Literary Studies, 5.2 (April 2014), pp. 120-126. [ available online ]
  • Dhouib, Jawhar Ahmed, 'The Odyssey of the Black Diaspora: The Re-vision of the Middle Passage Episode in the Writing of Caryl Phillips', in Re-visiting Context, ed. by Ezzedine Saidi and Jawhar A. Dhouib (Gabes: Publication of the Higher Institute of Languages Gabes, 2014), pp. 121-134.
  • Dickinson, Swift, 'The Stigma of Arrival: Exile's Return in John Okada's No-No Boy and Caryl Phillips' A State of Independence', in Cultural Conflicts in Contemporary Literature: 17 Essays and a Discussion, ed. by R. Orlandini, M. Graniela & L. Santos (Mayaguez: University of Puerto Rico, 1993), pp. 116-135.
  • Di Maio, Alessandra, '"Sinking Hopeful Roots into Difficult Soil": Caryl Phillips' Crossing the River', Routes of the Roots: Geography and Literature in the English-speaking Countries, ed. by Isabella Maria Zoppi (Rome: Bulzoni, 1998), pp. 443-458.
  • Di Maio, Alessandra, 'Diasporan Voices in Caryl Phillips's Crossing the River', in Multiculturalism and Hybridity in African Literatures, ed. by Hal Wylie & Bernth Lindfors (Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press, 2000), pp. 367-376.
  • Di Maio, Alessandra, 'The Mystery of Origins: Migratory Patterns in Caryl Phillips' A Distant Shore', in The Representation and Transformation of Literary Landscapes: Proceedings of the 4th AISLI Conference, ed. by Francesco Cattani & Amanda Nadalini (Venice: Cafoscarina, 2006), pp. 69-78.
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  • Eckstein, Lars, 'Dialogism in Caryl Phillips's Cambridge, or the Democratisation of Cultural Memory', World Literature Written in English, 39.1 (2001), pp. 54-74.
  • Eckstein, Lars, Re-membering the Black Atlantic: On the Poetics and Politics of Literary Memory (Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi, 2006), especially pp. 63-115.
  • Eckstein, Lars, 'Three Ways of Looking at Illegal Immigration: Clandestine Existence in Novels by Salman Rushdie, Christopher Hope and Caryl Phillips', in Territorial Terrors: Contested Spaces in Colonial and Postcolonial Writing, ed. by Gerhard Stilz (Würzburg: Königshausen und Neumann, 2007), pp. 141-157.
  • Edwards, Justin D., & Rune Grauland, 'Amitav Ghosh and Caryl Phillips: Global Travel, Then and Now', in their Mobility at Large: Globalization, Textuality and Innovative Travel Writing (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2012), pp. 49-76.
  • Ellis, David, '"Transatlantic Passages": Lamming, Phillips, and the Course of Black Writing in Britain', Obsidian III, 5.2 (Fall-Winter 2004), pp.70-80.
  • Ellis, David, 'Caryl Phillips: Caribbean Conversations II', in his Writing Home: Black Writing in Britain since the War (Stuttgart: ibidem-Verlag, 2007), pp. 173-194.
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  • Erichsen, Ulrike, Geschichtsverarbeitung als kulturelle Selbstreflexion: Untersuchungen ausgewählter postkolonialer Gegenwartsromane der anglophonen Karibik (Lawrence Scott, Caryl Phillips, Erna Brodber) (Trier: WVT, 2001).
  • Erickson, Peter, 'Contextualizing Othello in Reed and Phillips', The Upstart Crow: A Shakespeare Journal, 17 (1997), pp. 101-107. Also published in his Citing Shakespeare: The Reinterpretation of Race in Contemporary Literature and Art (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007).
  • Erll, Astrid, 'Fictions of Generational Memory: Caryl Phillips's In the Falling Snow and Black British Writing in Times of Mnemonic Transition', in Memory Unbound: Tracing the Dynamics of Memory Studies, ed. by Lucy Bond, Stef Craps, and Pieter Vermeulen (New York & Oxford: Berghahn, 2017), pp. 109-130.
  • Erol, Burçin, 'Destination England: Buchi Emecheta's Second Class Citizen and Caryl Phillips's The Final Passage', Neohelicon, 46 (2019), pp. 591-599.
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  • Estrin, Barbara L., '"I had rather to adopt a child than get it": Mythical Lost Children in Caryl Phillips's The Nature of Blood', Ariel, 34.4 (2003), pp. 23-50. [ available online ]
  • Estrin, Barbara L., 'Unraveling Narrative Order in Caryl Phillips's The Nature of Blood', in her Shakespeare and Contemporary Fiction: Theorizing Foundling and Lyric Plots (Newark: University of Delaware Press), pp. 23-46.
  • Farrar, Max, 'David Oluwale: Making His Memory and Debating His Martyrdom', in Secular Martyrdom in Britain and Ireland, ed. by Quentin Outram and Keith Laybourn (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018), pp. 227-262.
  • Farrar, Max, 'Radical Dislocation, Multiple Identifications, and the Subtle Politics of Hope in Caryl Phillips's Novels', Lectures du monde anglophone, 4 (2018), special issue on 'Caryl Phillips, Inhabiting the Voids of History', guest edited by Françoise Kral. [ available online ]
  • Farrier, David, '"The other is the neighbour": The Limits of Dignity in Caryl Phillips's A Distant Shore', Journal of Postcolonial Writing, 44.4 (December 2008), pp. 403-413. See also his Postcolonial Asylum: Seeking Sanctuary before the Law (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2011), esp. pp. 201-208.
  • Fejer, A.N., 'The Stereotypical Representation of Black Women in Caryl Phillips' Cambridge', International Journal of Literary Humanities, 17.2 (2019), pp. 51-64.
  • Ferdinand, Malik, 'A New World's Twilight: Ethics of the Caribbean Writer in Caryl Phillips's and Derek Walcott's Essays', in Caryl Phillips: Writing in the Key of Life, ed. by Bénédicte Ledent & Daria Tunca (Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi, 2012), pp. 127-137.
  • Fernández Gil, María Jesús, 'Re-Membering the Politics of Affective-Empathic Approaches towards the Holocaust: From Identification to (Mis)Appropriation', Océanide, 10 (2018). [ available online ]
  • Fernández Merino, Mireya, 'Cambridge, la aventura del viaje y la reescritura de la historia', Contexto: revista anual de estudios literarios, 8.10 (2004), pp. 29-38. [ available online ]
  • Fernández Merino, Mireya, 'Trascendiendo fronteras: un acercamiento a la Obra de Caryl Phillips', Núcleo, 18.23 (2006), pp. 155-174. [ available online ]
  • Fernández Merino, Mireya, 'La Nostalgia en la Narrativa de las Diásporas Caribeñas', Núcleo, 20.25 (2008), pp. 239-260. [ available online ]
  • Ferreira Ferreira, Geniane Diamante, 'A Perspectiva do Colonizador a Partir do Capítulo Crossing The River da Obra de Mesmo Título de Caryl Phillips', Revista Cesumar – Ciências Humanas e Sociais Aplicadas, 14.1 (January-June 2009), pp. 73-82. [ available online ]
  • Ferreira Ferreira, Geniane Diamante, 'Trezentos Anos de Solidão: Foreigners (2007) e In the Falling Snow (2009), de Caryl Phillips', in Multiculturalismo e diferença, ed. by Thomas Bonnici (Maringá: EDUEM, 2011).
  • Festa, Maria, 'The Nature of Blood and Fragmented History', Lectures du monde anglophone, 4 (2018), special issue on 'Caryl Phillips, Inhabiting the Voids of History', guest edited by Françoise Kral. [ available online ]
  • Festa, Maria, 'Black and White Photographs in Caryl Phillips's, Andrea Levy's and Teju Cole's Literary Texts', CosMo: Comparative Studies in Modernism, 14 (Spring 2019), 237-246. [ available online ]
  • Flagel, Nadine, 'Testing Relation: Breaking and Balancing Testimonies of Prisoner, Slave, and Holocaust Survivor in Caryl Phillips's Higher Ground', ESC: English Studies in Canada, 37.1 (March 2011), pp. 31-61. [ available online ]
  • Flint, Kate, 'Looking Backward?: The Relevance of Britishness', in Unity and Diversity Revisited: British Literature and Culture in the 1990s, ed. by Barbara Korte & Klaus Peter Müller (Tübingen: Gunter Narr, 1998), pp. 35-50 (pp. 46-48).
  • Fokkema, Aleid, 'Metropool, migrant en het postkolonialisme. Salman Rushdie en Caryl Phillips', in Identiteit en locatie in de hedendaagse literatuur, ed. by Aleid Fokkema & Maarten Steenmeijer (Nijmegen: Vantilt, 2003), pp. 191-207.
  • Fokkema, Aleid, 'Identity, Trauma and Exile: Caryl Phillips on Surviving', European Review, 13.2 (2005), pp. 283-292.
  • Ford, John, 'Representations of Deference and Defiance in the Novels of Caryl Phillips', in New Perspectives in Caribbean Studies: Beyond the Blood, the Beach and the Banana, ed. by Sandra Courtman (Kingston & Miami, FL: Ian Randle, 2004), pp. 373-386. [ available online ]
  • Forrester, Faizal, '"Revolting Bodies": Homosexual Dream and Masculine Anxiety in Edgar Mittelholzer's A Morning at the Office and Caryl Phillips's Higher Ground', Caribbean Studies, 27.3&4 (1994), pp. 311-330.
  • Fratczak, Marta, 'History as Now: Allegorical (Re)visions of the Slave Experience in Caryl Phillips's Crossing the River (1993)', Commonwealth Essays and Studies, 40.1 (Autumn 2017), pp. 33-43.
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  • Frías, María, 'Out of the Kumbla: Caryl Phillips's The Final Passage (1985)', in On Writing (and) Race in Contemporary Britain, ed. by Fernando Galván & Mercedes Bengoechea (Alcalá: Servicio de Publicationes de la Universidad de Alcalá, 1999), pp. 163-170.
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  • Galván, Fernando, 'La obra narrativa de Caryl Phillips: tras las huellas de una tradicion dual', Revista Canaria de Estudios Ingleses, 28 (April 1994), pp. 109-126.
  • Galván, Fernando, 'Nuevas voces en la novela inglesa: la obra de Caryl Phillips', Estudios de Literatura en Lengua Inglesa del siglo, 20.3 (1996), pp. 25-42.
  • Galván, Fernando, 'Crossing Islands: The Caribbean vs Britain in Caryl Phillips's Fiction', Alfinge, 9 (1997), pp. 161-169.
  • Galván, Fernando, 'Between Othello and Equiano: Caryl Phillips's Subversive Rewritings', Postmodern Studies, 35.1 (August 2004), pp. 187-205. Also published in Refracting the Canon in Contemporary British Literature and Film, ed. by Susana Onega & Christian Gutleben (Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi, 2004), pp. 187-205.
  • Galván, Fernando, 'The Search for a Cultural Transformation: Caryl Phillips as a Case Study', REAL: Yearbook of Research in English and American Literature, issue on Metamorphosis: Structures of Cultural Transformation, ed. by Jürgen Schlaeger, 20 (2004), pp. 245-262.
  • Garrait-Bourrier, Anne, 'The Destruction and Impossible Reconstruction of Family Links in Crossing the River by Caryl Phillips', Commonwealth Essays and Studies, 40.1 (Autumn 2017), pp. 45-58.
  • Garvey, Johanna X. K., 'Passages to Identity: Re-membering the Diaspora in Marshall, Phillips, and Cliff', in Black Imagination and the Middle Passage, ed. by Maria Diedrich, Henry Louis Gates Jr & Carl Pedersen (New York & Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999), pp. 255-270.
  • Gefter Wondrich, Roberta, 'The Exhausted Intertext as Cultural Memory: Erased and Displaced Identities in Caryl Phillips' The Nature of Blood and The Lost Child', in Human Diversity in Context, ed. by Cinzia Ferrini (Trieste: EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, 2020), pp. 293-314. [ available online ]
  • George, Gils. M., 'Polyphonic Voices of Survival: Diaspora in Caryl Phillips's The Nature of Blood', Language in India, 14.4 (2014), pp. 577-587. [ available online ]
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  • Giles, Paul, 'A New World Order: Caryl Phillips', in his Atlantic Republic: The American Tradition in English Literature (Oxford & New York: OUP, 2006), pp. 346-357.
  • Gillet, Lucie, 'Representation of Multicultural Society in Contemporary British Novels', in Multi-Ethnic Britain 2000+: New Perspectives in Literature, Film and the Arts, ed. by Lars Eckstein, Barbara Korte, Eva Ulrike Pirker & Christoph Reinfandt (Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi, 2008), pp. 99-108.
  • Gillet, Lucie, 'Omnipresent and Everlasting Imperialism: Race and Gender Oppression in Caryl Phillips's Cambridge and A Distant Shore', in Caryl Phillips: Writing in the Key of Life, ed. by Bénédicte Ledent & Daria Tunca (Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi, 2012), pp. 321-331.
  • Gillman, Susan, 'Remembering Slavery, Again', Caribbean Quarterly, 61.4 (December 2015), pp. 1-19. (Some passages about The Lost Child).
  • Goddard, Horace I., 'Travel Discourse in Caryl Phillips' The Final Passage and A State of Independence', Kola, 22 September 2002.
  • Goldberg, Elizabeth Swanson, 'Plotting, finally, the human: unsettling the Manichean allegory in Caryl Phillips's Cambridge and A Distant Shore', South Atlantic Review, 75.2 (2010), pp. 135-154.
  • Gonel, Tuba, 'Traumatic Memory, Diaspora and Caryl Phillips: The Nature of Blood, Higher Ground and Crossing the River', International Journal of Arts and Sciences, 4.1 (2011), pp. 219-230. [ available online ] Also published in Scottish Journal of Arts, Social Sciences and Scientific Studies, 1.1 (May 2012), pp. 3-13. [ available online ]
  • Goyal, Yogita, 'Theorizing Africa in Black Diaspora Studies: Caryl Phillips' Crossing the River', Diaspora: A Journal of Transnational Studies, 12.1 (Spring 2003), pp. 5-38.
  • Goyal, Yogita, 'From Return to Redemption: Caryl Phillips and Postcolonial Hybridity', in her Romance, Diaspora, and Black Atlantic Literature (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Cambridge Studies in American Literature and Culture, 159, 2010), pp. 205-239.
  • Goyal, Yogita, 'Talking Books (Talking Back)', in her Runaway Genres: The Global Afterlives of Slavery (New York: New York University Press, 2019), pp. 141-170.
  • Greene, J. Lee, The Diasporan Self: Unbreaking the Circle in Western Black Novels (Charlottesville & London: University of Virginia Press, 2008), partim.
  • Guarracino, Serena, 'Representative Democracy and the Struggle for Representation: Caribbean and US Performances of Difference in Caryl Phillips' Dancing in the Dark', Labirinti 145 (2012), pp. 167-172.
  • Guarracino, Serena, 'Performing Blackness in Caryl Phillips's Dancing in the Dark', Journal of Postcolonial Writing, 51.1 (2015), pp. 72-83.
  • Guignery, Vanessa & Christian Gutleben, 'Parcours Critiques: lectures plurielles de Crossing the River de Caryl Phillips', Cycnos: Traversée d'une oeuvre: Crossing the River de Caryl Phillips, 32.1 (2016), pp. 7-25.
  • Guignery, Vanessa, 'Pastiche, Collage, and Bricolage: Caryl Phillips' Hybrid Journal and Letters of a Slave Trader in Crossing the River', Ariel, 49.2&3 (2018), pp. 119-148.
  • Gunning, Dave, 'Anti-racism, the Nation-state and Contemporary Black British Literature', Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 39.2 (2004), pp. 29-43.
  • Gunning, Dave, 'Caryl Phillips' Cambridge and the (Re)Construction of Racial Identity', Kunapipi, 29.1 (2007), pp. 70-80. [ available online ]
  • Gunning, Dave, 'Caryl Phillips: The Nature of Blood', in his Race and Antiracism in Black British and British Asian Literature (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2010), pp. 136-145.
  • Gunning, Dave, 'Ethnicity Politics in Contemporary Black British and British Asian Literature', in Racism, Slavery, and Literature, ed. by Wolfgang Zach (Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 2010), pp. 47-59.
  • Gunning, Dave, 'Infrahuman Rights, Silence, and the Possibility of Communication in Recent Narratives of Illegality in Britain', in Experiences of Freedom in Postcolonial Literatures and Cultures, ed. by Annalisa Oboe & Shaul Bassi (London & New York: Routledge, 2011), pp. 141-150 (esp. pp. 143-146).
  • Gunning, Dave, 'Concentric and Centripetal Narratives of Race: Caryl Phillips's Dancing in the Dark and Percival Everett's Erasure', in Caryl Phillips: Writing in the Key of Life, ed. by Bénédicte Ledent & Daria Tunca (Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi, 2012), pp. 359-374.
  • Gunning, Dave, 'Race, Community, and Agency in Fictional Representations of Sport in Britain', Moving Worlds (special issue '(Con)figuring Sport'), 12.1 (2012), pp. 126-135.
  • Gunning, Dave, 'Ethnicity, Authenticity, and Empathy in the Realist Novel and its Alternatives', Contemporary Literature, 53.4 (2012), pp. 779-813.
  • Gunning, Dave, 'Not Going Home: Caryl Phillips's The Atlantic Sound', in his Postcolonial Literature (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2013), pp. 178-181.
  • Gutleben, Christian, 'Ecriture noire, écriture blanche: esthétique du (mé)tissage dans Crossing the River', Cycnos: Traversée d'une oeuvre: Crossing the River de Caryl Phillips, 32.1 (2016), pp. 45-56.
  • Gyssels, Kathleen, 'Caryl Phillips: De Aard van het Bloed', Streven: Cultureel Maatschappelijk Maandblad, 65.7 (July-August 1998), pp. 614-625.
  • Gyssels, Kathleen, 'De slavenroute opnieuw afgelegd: het "andere" reisverhaal bij Ellen Ombre en Caryl Phillips', Streven, 4 (April 2004), pp. 325-335.
  • Gyssels, Kathleen, 'Tristes Tropiques et "racial healing": Ellen Ombre et Caryl Phillips rentrent au pays', in Africa and its Significant Others: Forty Years of Intercultural Entanglement, ed. by Isabel Hoving, Frans-Willem Korsten & Ersnt van Alphen, Thamyris, 11 (2003), pp. 163-179.
  • Gyssels, Kathleen, 'A Shoah Classic Resurfacing: The Strange Destiny of The Last of the Just (André Schwarz-Bart) in the African Diaspora', Prooftexts, 31.3 (2011), pp. 229-262.
  • Gyssels, Kathleen, 'The Raceless and Restless Novels of Caryl Phillips: The Nature of Blood on French Ground', Yod, 21 (2018), pp. 1-18. [ available online ]
  • Haas, Alexandra, '"The Sea is History": The Atlantic as Mnemonic Site in Contemporary Novels on the Slave Trade', in Xenophobic Memories: Otherness in Postcolonial Constructions of the Past, ed. by Monika Gomille & Klaus Stierstorfer (Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, 2003), pp. 101-114.
  • Hållén, Nicklas, 'Travel Writing and the Representation of Concurrent Worlds: Caryl Phillips' The Atlantic Sound and Noo Saro–Wiwa's Looking for Transwonderland', in Concurrent Imaginaries, Postcolonial Worlds: Toward Revised Histories, ed. by Diana Brydon, Peter Forsgren, and Gunlög Fur (Leiden & Boston: Brill/Rodopi, 2017), pp. 59-76.
  • Halloran, Vivian-Nun, 'Family Ties: Africa as Mother/Fatherland in Neo Slave Narratives', Ufahamu, 28.1 (Fall 2000), pp. 1-13.
  • Halloran, Vivian-Nun, 'Negotiating (with) the Other: Prostitution, Double Consciousness and Diaspora in Caryl Phillips's The Atlantic Sound and V.S. Naipaul's Half A Life', EnterText, 3.2 (Autumn 2003), pp. 141-161. [ available online ]
  • Halloran, Vivian-Nun, 'Race, Creole, and National Identities in Rhys's Wide Sargasso Sea and Phillips's Cambridge', small axe, 21 (October 2006), pp. 87-104.
  • Halloran, Vivian Nun, Exhibiting Slavery: The Caribbean Postmodern Novel as Museum (Charlottesville and London: Virginia University Press, 2009), passim (chapters 3, 4 and 5).
  • Harris, Ena, 'Parallel Performances?: Color, Gender, and Class in Emily Cartwright of Cambridge and Harriet Amron of The Chosen Place, The Timeless People', Journal of Caribbean Literatures, 7.1 (Spring 2011), pp. 33-50.
  • Harris, Roxy, 'Black British, Brown British and British Cultural Studies', Cultural Studies, 23.4 (July 2009), pp. 483-512.
  • Hart, Matthew, 'Writing Like a State: On Caryl Phillips's Foreigners', in Around 1945: Literature, Citizenship, Rights, ed. by Allan Hepburn (Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2016), pp. 262–278.
  • Hauthal, Janine, 'Writing Back or Writing Off? Europe as "Tribe" and "Traumascape" in Works by Caryl Phillips and Christos Tsiolkas', Journal of Postcolonial Writing, 51.2 (2015), pp. 208-219.
  • Helff, Sissy, 'Europe at War: The Representation of War in Arthur Koestler's Arrival and Departure and Caryl Phillips's A Distant Shore', in The Edinburgh Companion to Twentieth-Century English and American (US) War Literature, ed. by Adam Piette & Mark Rawlinson (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2012), pp. 317-325.
  • Hemer, Oscar, 'An Unfinished Investigation: The Meeting between Fiction, Journalism, and Cultural Analysis Produces a New Type of Essay', Nordic Literature, 2002, pp. 28-32.
  • Hesse, Isabel, 'Colonizing Jewishness? Minority, Exile, and Belonging in Anita Desai's Baumgartner's Bombay and Caryl Phillips's The Nature of Blood', Textual Practice, 28.5 (2014), pp. 881-899. Also published in her The Politics of Jewishness in Contemporary World Literature: The Holocaust, Zionism and Colonialism (London & New York: Bloomsbury, 2016), pp. 77-100.
  • Holland, Patrick & Graham Huggan, Tourists with Typewriters: Critical Reflections on Contemporary Travel Writing (Ann Harbor, MI: University of Michigan Press), pp. 48-52.
  • Huggan, Graham, 'Counter-travel Writing and Post-coloniality', in Being/s in Transit: Travelling*Migration*Dislocation, ed. by Liselotte Glage (Amsterdam & Atlanta, GA: Rodopi, 2000), pp. 37-59.
  • Ikas, Karin, 'Slavery and Resilience in Caryl Phillips's Novel Cambridge', in Postcolonial Justice, ed. by Anke Bartels, Lars Eckstein, Nicole Waller and Dirk Wiemann (Leiden & Boston: Brill/Rodopi, 2017), pp. 217-239.
  • Ilona, Anthony, 'Crossing the River: a Chronicle of the Black Diaspora', Wasafiri, 22 (Autumn 1995), pp. 3-9.
  • Innes, C. L., 'Wintering: Making a Home in Britain', in Other Britain, Other British, ed. by A. Robert Lee (London: Pluto, 1995), pp. 21-34. On The Final Passage.
  • Jain, Jasbir, 'Inventions of Auto-Narratives in Braithwaite and Phillips', in Writers of the Caribbean Diaspora: Shifting Homelands, Travelling Identities, ed. by Jasbir Jain & Supriya Agarwal (New Delhi: Sterling Publishers, 2008), pp. 44-54.
  • Jain, Bhawana, 'Rethinking the Figure of the Refugee in Caryl Phillips's A Distant Shore', Etudes britanniques contemporaines, 54 (2018). [ available online ]
  • James, David, in his Contemporary British Fiction and the Artistry of Space: Style, Landscape, Perception (New York: Continuum, 2008), especially pp. 132-163.
  • Jaupaj, Artur, 'Deconstruction and/or Reconstruction of the British West Indies History in Caryl Phillips's Cambridge', Romanian Journal of English Studies, 8 (2011), pp. 312-320.
  • Joannou, Maroula, '"Go West, Old Woman": The Radical Re-visioning of Slave History in Caryl Phillips's Crossing the River', in Slavery and the Cultures of Abolition: Essays Marking the Bicentennial of the British Abolition Act of 1807, ed. by Brycchan Carey & Peter J. Kitson (Cambridge: Brewer, 2007), pp. 195-213.
  • Joseph-Vilain, Mélanie, '"For beyond this trading community lies family life": filiation et écriture dans Crossing the River', Cycnos: Traversée d'une oeuvre: Crossing the River de Caryl Phillips, 32.1 (2016), pp. 29-43.
  • Julien, Claude, 'The Diaspora and the Loss of Self in Caryl Phillips's Fiction: Signposts on the Page', Palara (Publication of the Afro-Latin-American-Research-Association), 1 (Fall 1997), pp. 98-105.
  • Julien, Claude, 'Surviving through a Pattern of Timeless Moments: A reading of Caryl Phillips's Crossing the River', in Black Imagination and the Middle Passage, ed. by Maria Diedrich, Henry Louis Gates Jr & Carl Pedersen (New York & Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999), pp. 86-95.
  • Julien, Claude, 'Il n'y a pas de poteau indicateur sur l'eau: la diaspora chez Caryl Phillips', in Formes et écritures du départ: Incursions dans les Amériques noires, textes recueillis et présentés par Andrée-Anne Kekeh-Dika & Hélène Ledantec-Lowry (Paris: L'Harmattan, 2000), pp. 121-134.
  • Julien, Claude, 'A Small Place in Between: Caryl Phillips's A State of Independence', Commonwealth Essays and Studies, 40.1 (Autumn 2017), pp. 71-80.
  • Kamali, Leila, '"Words Without Sound": Caryl Phillips's Crossing the River', in her The Cultural Memory of Africa in African American and Black British Fiction, 1970-2000: Specters of the Shore (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016), pp. 153-184.
  • Kato, Tsunehiko, 'Caryl Phillips as a Black British Writer: The Experience of Caribbean Immigrants After World War II', Ritsumeikan Annual Review of International Studies, 1 (2002), pp. 121-132. [ available online ]
  • Kato, Tsunehiko, 'The Holocaust Survivor in The Nature of Blood by Caryl Phillips', Ritsumeikan International Studies, 18.1 (n°63, June 2005), pp. 191-215. In Japanese. [ available online ]
  • Kato, Tsunehiko, 'The Dilemma of a Black Entertainer: A Contextualized Reading of Caryl Phillips's Dancing in the Dark', in Caryl Phillips: Writing in the Key of Life, ed. by Bénédicte Ledent & Daria Tunca (Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi, 2012), pp. 333-342.
  • Kharoua, Mustapha, 'Reclaiming an African Past in the Transatlantic World: Caryl Phillips's Foreigners: Three English Lives', in his Traumatic Realism in Diasporic African Writing, Dissertations in Education, Humanities, and Theology 92 (Joensuu: University of Eastern Finland, 2016), pp. 119-157. [ available online ]
  • Knepper, Wendy, 'Caryl Phillips's Seascapes of the Imaginary', in Caryl Phillips: Writing in the Key of Life, ed. by Bénédicte Ledent & Daria Tunca (Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi, 2012), pp. 213-233.
  • Kocaoner Silku, Rezzan, 'Postcolonial Routes and Diasporic Identities: Belonging and Displacement in Caryl Phillips's The Final Passage and A Distant Shore', Journal of Postcolonial Writing, 45.2 (2009), pp. 163-170.
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  • Korte, Barbara & Claudia Sternberg, Bidding for the Mainstream? Black and Asian British Film since the 1990s (Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi, 2004), particularly pp. 69-74 (Playing Away) and pp. 198-203 (The Final Passage).
  • Kowaleski-Wallace, Elizabeth, The British Slave Trade & Public Memory (New York: Columbia University Press, 2006), especially the chapter entitled 'Fictionalizing Slavery in the United Kingdom, 1990-2000', pp. 67-123.
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  • Ledent, Bénédicte, 'From a New-world Poetics to a New-world Vision: African America in the Works of Edouard Glissant and Caryl Phillips', Commonwealth: Essays and Studies, 21.2 (Spring 1999), pp. 29-36.
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  • Ledent, Bénédicte, '"Mind the Gaps": Caryl Phillips's In the Falling Snow and the Generational Approach to the Black Diaspora', in Diasporas, Cultures of Mobilities, 'Race', Volume 1 'Diasporas and Cultures of Migrations', ed. by Judith Misrahi-Barak & Claudine Raynaud (Montpellier: Presses Universitaires de la Méditerranée, PoCoPages, 2014), pp. 161-175. [ available online ]
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  • Stefanova, Svtelana, 'Transnational Modes of Exile in Caryl Phillips's Narratives: Or, What It Feels Like to Be Both Of and Not Of', in European Writers in Exile, ed. by Robert C. Hauhart & Jeff Birkenstein (London & New York: Lexington Books, 2018), pp. 249-264.
  • Stefanova, Svetlana, 'Waterways and Ships as Heterotopias of Memory in Caryl Phillips's Narratives', in Negotiating Waters: Seas, Oceans, and Passageways in the Colonial and Postcolonial Anglophone World, ed. by André Dodeman & Nancy Pedri (Wilmington & Malaga: Vernon Press, 2020), pp. 119-134.
  • Stefanova, Svetlana, 'Cultivating Anti-Oppressive Ethics: A Community-Grounded Reading of Caryl Phillips and J.M Coetzee', Papers on Language and Literature, 56.1 (2020), pp. 60-101.
  • Stephens, Michelle Ann, 'The comic side of gender trouble and Bert Williams' signature act', feminist review, 90 (2008), pp. 128-146.
  • Sternberg, Claudia, '"We're not Jews": Blending Postcolonial and Jewish Discourses in Contemporary British Literature', in Colonies – Missions – Cultures in the English-speaking World: General and Comparative Studies, ed. by Gerhard Stilz (Tübingen: Stauffenburg, 2001), pp. 191-204.
  • Stevic, Aleksandar, 'Unbelonging: Caryl Phillips and the Ethics of Disaffiliation', in The Limits of Cosmopolitanism: Globalization and Its Discontents in Contemporary Literature, ed. by Aleksandar Stevic & Philip Tsang (New York & Abingdon: Routledge, 2019), pp. 87-104.
  • Stone, Judy S.J., Studies in West Indian Literature: Theatre (Basingstoke & London: Macmillan, 1994), pp. 173-179.
  • Su, Ping, 'Madness and Silence in Caryl Phillips's A Distant Shore and In the Falling Snow', in Madness in Anglophone Caribbean Literature: On the Edge, ed. by Bénédicte Ledent, Evelyn O'Callaghan & Daria Tunca (Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018), pp. 63-80.
  • Suarez, Socorro, 'The Slippery Bounderies [sic] of Somewhere Else: Caryl Phillips's The European Tribe', in A Passage to Somewhere Else, ed. by Doireann MacDermott & Susan Ballyn (Barcelona: PPU, 1988), pp. 157-160.
  • Swanson Goldberg, Elizabeth, 'Plotting, Finally, the Human: Unsettling the Manichean Allegory in Caryl Phillips's Cambridge and A Distant Shore', South Atlantic Review, 75.2 (Spring 2010), pp. 135-154.
  • Swift, Astrid, 'Rassen- und Geschlechterkonstruktionen in Caryl Phillips` Roman Cambridge (1991)', in Das Subjekt und die Anderen: Interkulturalität und Geschlechterdifferenz vom 18. Jahrhundert bis zur Gegenwart, ed. by Herbert Uerlings, Karl Höz & Viktoria Schmidt-Linsenhoff, Studienreihe Romania, 16 (Berlin: Erich Schmidt, 2001), pp. 201-216.
  • Terrien, Nicole, '"The Answer is Blowing in the Wind": Emotion and the Rewriting of History in Caryl Phillips's Crossing the River', Cycnos: Traversée d'une oeuvre: Crossing the River de Caryl Phillips, 32.1 (2016), pp. 107-121.
  • Terry, Jennifer, 'Sea Changes: Middle Passages and Voyages "Home"', in her 'Shuttles in the Rocking Loom': Mapping the Black Diaspora in African American and Caribbean Fiction (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2013), pp. 119-173.
  • Thieme, John, 'Pre-text and Con-text: Re-writing the Caribbean', in (Un)writing Empire, ed. by Theo D'Haen (Amsterdam & Atlanta, GA: Rodopi, 1998), pp. 81-98 (pp. 88-90).
  • Thieme, John, 'Removing the Black-face: A Different "Othello Music"', in his Postcolonial Con-texts: Writing back to the Canon (London & New York: Continuum, 2001), pp. 155-169.
  • Todd, Richard, 'Silenced Voices and Hidden Histories', in his Consuming Fictions: The Booker Prize and Fiction in Britain Today (London: Bloomsbury, 1996), pp. 198-230 (pp. 198-200).
  • Toivanen, Anna-Leena, 'Zombified Mobilities: clandestine Afroeuropean journeys in J.R. Essomba's Le paradis du nord and Caryl Phillips's A Distant Shore', Journal of African Cultural Studies, 31.1 (2018), pp. 120-134. [ available online ]
  • Tournay, Petra, 'Home, Hybridity and (Post)colonial Discourse in Caryl Phillips's A State of Independence', in The Politics of English as a World Language: New Horizons in Postcolonial Studies, ed. by Christian Mair (Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi, 2003), pp. 221-232.
  • Tournay, Petra, 'Challenging Shakespeare: Strategies of Writing Back in Zadie Smith's White Teeth and Caryl Phillips's The Nature of Blood', Postmodern Studies, 35.1 (August 2004), pp. 207-229. Also published in Refracting the Canon in Contemporary British Literature and Film, ed. by Susana Onega & Christian Gutleben (Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi, 2004), pp. 207-229.
  • Tournay, Petra, 'Re-telling the Past: Metafictional Elements in Caryl Phillips's Diasporic Narratives', in Bridges Across Chasms: Towards a Transcultural Future in Caribbean Literature, ed. by Bénédicte Ledent (Liège: L3, 2004), pp. 89-99.
  • Tournay-Theodotou, Petra, 'Performative Bondage or the Limits of Performing Race in Caryl Phillips's Dancing in the Dark', Kunapipi 31.2 (2009), pp. 94-107. [ available online ]
  • Tournay-Theodotou, Petra, 'Strange Encounters: Nationhood and the Stranger in Caryl Phillips's A Distant Shore', in Caryl Phillips: Writing in the Key of Life, ed. by Bénédicte Ledent & Daria Tunca (Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi, 2012), pp. 293-307.
  • Tournay-Theodotou, Petra, 'Racial and Gender-Cross-Dressing in Caryl Phillips's Dancing in the Dark', Interactions, 23.1&2 (2014), pp. 263-271.
  • Tournay-Theodotou, Petra, 'Coming Unmoored: Old and New Ways of Belonging in Caryl Phillips's In the Falling Snow', Journal of Postcolonial Writing, 52.1 (2016), pp. 51-63.
  • Trimm, Ryan, 'The Times of Whiteness; or, Race between the Postmodern and the Postcolonial', Postcolonial Whiteness: A Critical Reader on Race and Empire, ed. by Alfred J. Lopez (Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 2005).
  • Tunca, Daria, 'The Poetics of (In)visibility: A Stylistic Analysis of Caryl Phillips's Foreigners: Three English Lives', Ariel, 48.3&4 (2017), pp. 159-186. [ available online ]
  • Tunca, Daria, '"Nobody disappears. People don't just disappear": Repetition and Negation as Dialogic Devices in Caryl Phillips's "Northern Lights"', Journal of Literary Semantics, 49.1 (April 2020), pp. 1-25.
  • Ueno, Naoko, 'Futashikana rekishi no umi e: Kyariru Firippusu Kenburijji', Eigo Seinen / Rising Generation, 151.11 (February 2006), pp. 662-663.
  • Unigwe, Chika, 'The Dis-ease of Multiple Identities: The Nature of Diasporan Identity in Caryl Phillips's Strange Fruit', in Caryl Phillips: Writing in the Key of Life, ed. by Bénédicte Ledent & Daria Tunca (Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi, 2012), pp. 235-246.
  • Upstone, Sara, 'Postcolonial and Diasporic Voices – Bringing Black to the Union Jack: Ethnic Fictions and the Politics of Possibility', in The 1990s: A Decade of Contemporary British Fiction, ed. by Nick Hubble, Philips Tew & Leigh Wilson (London: Bloomsbury, 2015), pp. 123-148.
  • Valkeakari, Tuire, Precarious Passages: The Diasporic Imagination in Contemporary Black Anglophone Fiction (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2017), especially chapters 3, 4, and 5.
  • Van Bever Donker, Vincent, Recognition and Ethics in World Literature: Religion, Violence, and the Human (Stuttgart: Ibidem, 2016), passim (especially on Cambridge and Crossing the River).
  • Van Bever Donker, Vincent, 'Shame, Justice and the Representation of Violence in Postcolonial Literature: The Case of Caryl Phillips', in Poetics and Politics of Shame in Postcolonial Literature, ed. by David Atwell, Annalisa Oboe & Susanna Zinato (New York/Abingdon: Routledge, 2019),
  • Varela Zapata, Jesus, 'Translating One's Own Culture: Coming Back from the Metropolis in Caryl Phillips's A State of Independence', in Translating Cultures, ed. by Isabel Carrera Suarez, Aurora Garcia Fernandez & M.S. Suarez Lafuente (Oviedo & Hebden Bridge: KRK & Dangaroo Press, 1999), pp. 397-406.
  • Varunny, Jose, 'Disrupting Forces of Multicultural Social Order: Racism and Xenophobia in Caryl Phillips's A Distant Shore', International Review of Social Sciences and Humanities, 5.1 (2013), pp. 144-153. [ available online ]
  • Varunny M., Jose, 'Between Black Minstrelry Discourse and New Negro Consciousness: Predicament of Bert Williams in Caryl Phillips's Dancing in the Dark', New Academia, 2.2 (April 2013), pp. 28-34.
  • Varunny M., Jose, 'Psychological Disorientation and Protocols of Textuality: Diagnosing the Narrative Strategies in Caryl Phillips's Higher Ground and Crossing the River', SARE: South Asian Review of English, 51.1 (2017), pp. 68-83. [ available online ]
  • Vijay, Ameeth, '"Towns of Unquestionable Insignificance" in Caryl Phillips' A Distant Shore', Postcolonial Text, 10.1 (2015), 21 pp. [ available online ]
  • Vivan, Itala, 'The Mask and the Unheimlichin Caryl Phillips's Dancing in the Dark', in Caryl Phillips: Writing in the Key of Life, ed. by Bénédicte Ledent & Daria Tunca (Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi, 2012), pp. 343-357.
  • Vlasta, Sandra, 'Depictions of England in Caryl Phillips' Novel The Final Passage', in her Contemporary Migration Literature in German and English: A Comparative Study (Leiden & Boston MA: Brill/Rodopi, Internationale Forschungen zur allgemeinen und vergleichenden Literaturwissenschaft 187, 2016), pp. 159-179.
  • Vlasta, Sandra, 'Islands to Get Away From: Postcolonial Islands and Emancipation in Novels by Monica Ali, Andrea Levy and Caryl Phillips', in Shipwreck and Island Motifs in Literature and the Arts, ed. by Brigitte Le Juez & Olga Springer (Leiden & Boston: Rodopi, DQR Studies in Literature 57, 2015), pp. 233-246.
  • Wachtinger, Tobias, 'Happy Occidentalism: Christopher Hope's Darkest England and the Concept of a Mission in Reverse', in Colonies, Missions, Cultures in the English Speaking World: General and Comparative Studies (Tübingen: Stauffenburg, 2001), pp. 361-372.
  • Walkowitz, Rebecca L., 'The Location of Literature: The Transnational Book and the Migrant Writer', Contemporary Literature, Immigrant Fictions: Contemporary Literature in an Age of Globalization, 47.4 (Winter 2006), pp. 527-545.
  • Walkowitz, Rebecca L., 'Sampling, Collating, and Counting: The World-Shaped Novel', in her Born Translated: The Contemporary Novel in an Age of World Literature (New York: Columbia University Press, 2015), pp. 121-162.
  • Wallart, Kerry-Jane, '"Saving Bodies"—Performance in Crossing the River', Cycnos: Traversée d'une oeuvre: Crossing the River de Caryl Phillips, 32.1 (2016), pp. 173-188.
  • Wallart, Kerry-Jane, 'Decontextualizing Caryl Phillips's Crossing the River', Etudes Anglaises, 69.3 (juillet-septembre 2016), pp. 259-275.
  • Walsh Stoddard, Eve, 'Reinscribing St Kitts's History: Caryl Phillips's Cambridge and the Plantation as Crucible', in Positioning Gender and Race in (Post)colonial Plantation Space: Connecting Ireland and the Caribbean, ed. by Eve Walsh Stoddard (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012), pp. 89-119.
  • Walters, Wendy W., 'History's Dispersals: Caryl Phillips's Chorus of the Common Memory', in her At Home in Diaspora: Black International Writing (Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press, 2005), pp. 111-133.
  • Ward, Abigail, 'Vanishing Creoles: Tracing White Caribbeans', in Perspectives on Endangerment, ed. by Graham Huggan & Stephan Klasen (Hildesheim, Zurich & New York: Olms, 2005), pp. 121-128.
  • Ward, Abigail, 'An Outstretched Hand: Connection and Affiliation in Crossing the River', Moving Worlds, 7.1 (2007), pp. 20-32.
  • Ward, Abigail, '"Looking across the Atlantic" in Caryl Phillips's In the Falling Snow', Journal of Postcolonial Writing, 47.3 (July 2011), pp. 296-308.
  • Ward, Abigail, '"The cloud of ambivalence": Exploring Diasporan Identity in Caryl Phillips's The Atlantic Sound and A New World Order', in Caryl Phillips: Writing in the Key of Life, ed. by Bénédicte Ledent & Daria Tunca (Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi, 2012), pp. 191-212.
  • Ward, Abigail, 'Performing Race in Caryl Phillips's Dancing in the Dark', in Postmodern Literature and Race, ed. by Len Platt & Sara Upstone (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015), pp. 98-112.
  • Ward, Abigail, '"Dead men tell no tales, but dead white men document plenty": Imagining the Middle Passage in Caryl Phillips's Crossing the River and Fred D'Aguiar's Feeding the Ghosts', Journal of Postcolonial Writing, 55.6 (2019), pp. 782-794.
  • Ward, Brian, 'Caryl Phillips, David Armitage, and the Place of the American South in Atlantic and Other Worlds', in The American South and the Atlantic World, ed. by Brian Ward, Martyn Bone & William A. Link (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2013), pp. 8-44.
  • Warnes, Andrew, 'Enemies Within: Diaspora and Democracy in Crossing the River and A Distant Shore', Moving Worlds, 7.1 (2007), pp. 33-45.
  • Webb, Sarah, 'The Torture of Colonization and the Holocaust: Multidirectional Memory in The Nature of Blood', International ResearchScape Journal, 7.8 (2020). [ available online ]
  • Weedon, Chris, 'Putting the Records Straight: Representing the Black Experience in Post-war Britain', in (Mis)Representations: Intersections of Cultures and Power, ed. by Fernando Galván et al. (Bern: Peter Lang, 2003), pp. 201-213.
  • Weedon, Chris, 'Identity and Belonging in Contemporary Black British Writing', in Black British Writing, ed. by R. Victoria Arana & Lauri Ramey (New York & Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004), pp. 74-97.
  • White, Jeanna Fuston, 'Ocean Passage and the Presence of Absence: The Problem of Place in Four Contemporary Slave Narratives', Griot, 26.2 (Fall 2007), pp. 89-98. Partly deals with Crossing the River.
  • Whitehead, Anne, 'Othello in the Ghetto: Trauma and Intertextuality in Caryl Phillips's The Nature of Blood', in her Trauma Fiction (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2004), pp. 89-116.
  • Wicht, Wolfgang, 'Die kulturelle Kreuzung von Karibik und Metropole: Harris, Walcott, Lamming, Naipaul, D'Aguiar, Phillips und die Theorie des Postkolonialismus', in Sprünge im Spiegel: Postkoloniale Aporien der Moderne in beiden Amerika, ed. by Hermann Herlinghaus & Utz Riese (Bonn: Bouvier, 1997), pp. 208-245.
  • Williams, Bronwyn T., '"A State of Perpetual Wandering": Diaspora and Black British Writers', Jouvert, 3.3 (1999). [ available online ]
  • Wirtén, Per, 'Hemkomstens omöjlighet: om Caryl Phillips', Ord & Bild , 6 (1997), pp. 51-58.
  • Wood, Marcus, 'Telling Tales: Fact as Fiction in Caryl Phillips's Abuse of Newton', in his Slavery, Empathy and Pornography (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002), pp. 53-64.
  • Woolley, Agnes, '"Communicable Empathy": Reading Caryl Phillips's A Distant Shore', in her Contemporary Asylum Narratives: Representing Refugees in the Twenty-First Century (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014), pp. 49-66.
  • Yearwood, Susan, 'Foreignness and Difference: Caryl Phillips' Dissident Discoveries', SABLE, 12 (Spring-Summer 2008), pp. 22-28.
  • Yelin, Louise, 'In Another Place: Postcolonial Perspectives on Reading', in Reading Sites: Social Difference and Reader Response, ed. by Patrocinio Schweickart & Elizabeth Flynn (New York: Modern Language Association of America, 2004), pp. 83-107.
  • Yelin, Louise, '"Living State-side": Caryl Phillips and the United States', Moving Worlds, 7.1 (2007), pp. 85-102.
  • Yelin, Louise, 'Plural Selves: The Dispersion of the Autobiographical Subject in the Essays of Caryl Phillips', in Caryl Phillips: Writing in the Key of Life, ed. by Bénédicte Ledent & Daria Tunca (Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi, 2012), pp. 57-73.
  • Yelin, Louise, 'Migrant Subjects, Invisible Presences: Biography in the Writings of Caryl Phillips', Ariel, 48.3&4 (2017), pp. 103-128.
  • Zamorano Llena, Carmen, 'A Cosmopolitan Revision of the Postcolonial "Home" in Caryl Phillips's A Distant Shore and Foreigners', in her Fictions of Migration in Contemporary Britain and Ireland (Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020), pp. 33-60.
  • Zhang, Feng, 'Diasporic Poetics and Self-construction in a Postcolonial Context: On Caryl Phillips and His Short Story "Growing Pains"', Foreign Literature, 6 (2008), pp. 3-10.
  • Zhang, Jianping, 'Polyphony, Empathy and Intertextuality in Dislocation: Caryl Phillips's Characteristics of Creation', EST Learning, 10 (2014), pp. 65-69, 78.
  • Zierler, Wendy, '"My Holocaust Is Not Your Holocaust": "Facing" Black and Jewish Experience in The Pawnbroker, Higher Ground, and The Nature of Blood', Holocaust and Genocide Studies, 18.1 (Spring 2004), pp. 46-67.

 

Entries in Encyclopedias & Reference Works
  • 'Caryl Phillips', Contemporary Literary Criticism, 96, pp. 314-360.
  • 'Caryl Phillips', Current Biography, 55.7 (July 1994), pp. 40-43.
  • 'Caryl Phillips', Current Biography Yearbook, 1994, ed. by Judith Graham (New York: H.W. Wilson, 1994).
  • 'Cambridge: Caryl Phillips', in British and Irish Literature and Its Times: The Victorian Era to the Present (1837- ), by Joyce Moss (Detroit: Gale, 2001).
  • 'Caryl Phillips (b. 1958)', in The Norton Anthology of African American Literature, ed. Henry Louis Gates Jr & Nellie Y. McKay (New York: Norton, 2004).
  • Eckstein, Lars, 'Phillips, Caryl (1958- )', in Africa and the Americas: Culture, Politics, and History, Volume 1, ed. by Richard M. Juang and Noelle Morrissette (Santa Barbara: ABC Clio, 2008), pp. 883-884.
  • Gordon-Smith, Pat & John McLeod, 'Caryl Phillips', Contemporary Novelists, 6th edition, ed. by Susan Windisch Brown (Detroit: St James Press, 1996), pp. 803-805.
  • Gunning, Dave, 'Caryl Phillips', The Encyclopedia of Twentieth-Century Fiction, Vol. 3: World Fiction, ed. by John C. Ball (Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010).
  • Hesse, Isabelle, 'Phillips, Caryl: The Nature of Blood', Literary Encyclopedia, 30 August 2013.
  • Ledent, Bénédicte, 'Caryl Phillips', in Post-war Literatures in English (Groningen: Wolters-Noordhoff, 1993). Updated entry no. 33, September 1996.
  • Ilott, Sarah, 'A Distant Shore', Literary Encyclopedia, 3 October 2013.
  • Ledent, Bénédicte, 'Caryl Phillips', in Encyclopedia of Postcolonial Studies, ed. by John C. Hawley (Westport: Greenwood Press, 2001), pp. 356-357.
  • Ledent, Bénédicte, 'Caryl Phillips', in Engelstalige Literatuur na 1945, Deel 1: Proza, De Britse Eilanden, ed. by Elke D'Hoker & Ortwin de Graef (Leuven: Peeters, 2004), pp. 179-193.
  • Ledent, Bénédicte, 'Caryl Phillips', in Encyclopedia of African-American Culture and History, ed. by Colin Palmer, Vol. 4, 2nd ed. (Detroit: Macmillan Reference USA, 2006), pp. 1773-1774.
  • Ledent, Bénédicte, 'Caryl Phillips (né en 1958)', in Guide des littératures d'Irlande et du Commonwealth des origines à nos jours, ed. by Jean Pouvelle & Jean-Pierre Demarche (Paris: Ellipses, 2008), pp. 259-262.
  • Morris, Mervyn, 'Caryl Phillips', in Encyclopedia of Post-colonial Literatures in English, ed. by Eugene Benson & L.W. Conolly (London: Routledge, 1994), pp. 1220-1221.
  • Rennison, Nick, 'Caryl Phillips (born 1958)', in his Contemporary British Novelists (London: Routledge, 2005), pp. 109-111.
  • Sander, Reinhard, 'Caryl Phillips', in Twentieth-century Caribbean and Black African Writers, Third Series, Dictionary of Literary Biography, 157 (Detroit, Washington, DC & London: Gale Research, 1996), pp. 307-322.
  • Smethurst, Paul, 'Caryl Phillips', Literary Encyclopedia, 2 March 2004.
  • Stefanova, na, 'Higher Ground', The Literary Encyclopedia, 6 December 2016.
  • Yelin, Louise, 'Caryl Phillips', in British Writers, ed. by George Stade & Sarah Hannah Goldstein (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1999), pp. 379-394.
  • Zierler, Wendy, 'Caryl Phillips (1958-), in Holocaust Literature: An Encyclopedia of Writers and their Work, Volume II (Lerner to Zychlinsky), ed. by S. Lillian Kremer (New York & London: Routledge, 2003), pp. 934-937.

 

Dissertations
  • Abdullah, Daiyyah Ansara Edwards, 'Counter Strategies for Coping with Othering in Contact Zone Encounters: Caryl Phillips's Travel Texts The Atlantic Sound and The European Tribe', PhD dissertation, Howard University, USA, 2014.
  • Acquarone, Cecilia Rosa, 'Barriers, borders and crossings in British Postcolonial Fiction. A Gender Perspective', PhD dissertation, The National University of Distance Education, 2011.
  • Adesokan, Akinwumi, 'Worlds that Flourish: Postnational Aesthetics in West African Videofilms, African Cinema and Black Diasporic Writings', PhD dissertation, Cornell University, USA, 2005. Includes a chapter entitled 'Citizen of the Imaginary World: The Ambiguous Adventures of Caryl Phillips', pp. 167-221.
  • Agbor Tabi, Lysette Ayuk, 'Diasporic Melancholia and Cross Cultural Encounters in Isidore Okpewho's Call Me by My Rightful Name and Caryl Phillips' Cambridge', MA thesis, University of Yaoundé I, Cameroon, 2011.
  • Alston, Katuraka Monique, 'Exposing the African diaspora in Caryl Phillips The Atlantic Sound and Edwidge Danticat's The Farming of Bones', MA thesis, Long Island University, USA, 2009.
  • Angoh, S. Ndi, 'The Journey Motif in Afro-West Indian Literature: A Study of Selected Works by Caryl Phillips', MA thesis, University of Yaoundé I, Cameroon, 2004.
  • Bakkenberg, Mikael, '"Crossing the River" – The Complexity of Colonialism and Slavery', MA thesis, University of Gävle, Sweden, 2011.
  • Bildsøe, Helle Schulz, 'Imaging Globalisation: Globalisation as a Textual Characteristic in the Literary Works of Rana Dasgupta and Caryl Phillips', PhD dissertation, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, 2015.
  • Böhrer, Caroline, 'Eigen- und Fremdbilder in E. M. Forster's A Passage to India, J. G. Farrell's The Siege of Krishnapur und Caryl Phillips's Cambridge', MA thesis, University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany, 2005.
  • Boutros, Fatim, 'Facing Diasporic Trauma: Representations of Slavery in the Novels of Fred D'Aguiar, John Heame and Caryl Phillips', PhD dissertation, University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany, 2009.
  • Brantley, Soroya Otencia, 'Displacement in Narrative: A Study of Caryl Phillips and His Multiple Perspectives', BA thesis, Mercy College, USA, 2000.
  • Bui, Daphné, 'Dancing in the Dark by Caryl Phillips: Commented Translation (Partim)', MA thesis, University of Liège, Belgium, 2007-2008.
  • Carpio, Glenda Rossana, 'Critical memory in the fictions of slavery', PhD dissertation, University of California, Berkeley, USA, 2002.
  • Ching-huan Lin, 'Imagining Europe in Selected Works by Caryl Phillips, Ian McEwan and Kazuo Ishiguro', PhD dissertation, University of Leeds, UK, 2013.
  • Choi Sze-wai, Tony, 'A Study of Tense and Aspect in Caryl Phillips Crossing the River', MA thesis, University of Hong Kong, 1999.
  • Cinková, Linda, 'West Indian Experience in Britain in the Second Half of the Twentieth Century: Bittersweet Homecoming', MA thesis, University of Masaryk, Czech Republic, 2010, esp. pp. 46-90.
  • Curzi, Luana, 'Identity is a Process in Caryl Phillips' A Distant Shore', MA thesis, University of Liège, Belgium, 2017.
  • De Coninck, Nele, 'Intersecting Memories of the Holocaust and Colonialism: Caryl Phillips's The Nature of Blood and André Schwarz-Bart's La Mulâtresse Solitude', MA thesis, Ghent University, Belgium, 2009.
  • Demaegd, Marijke, 'The British Immigrant Experience in A Distant Shore and Other Works by Caryl Phillips', MA thesis, Ghent University, Belgium, 2008.
  • Dhouib, Jawhar Ahmed, 'The Interface of the Postcolonial and the Postmodern in Caryl Phillips's Crossing the River', MA thesis, University of the Center, Sousse, Tunisia, 2007.
  • Dhouib, Jawhar Ahmed, 'The Experience of the Black Diaspora on Distant Shores: Shattered Subjects and Fragmentation in the Writing of Caryl Phillips', PhD dissertation, University of Sfax, Tunisia, & University of Liège, Belgium, 2011.
  • Eckstein, Lars, 'Identität und Leiden: Caryl Phillips's Cambridge, Crossing the River und The Nature of Blood', MA thesis, University of Tübingen, Germany, 1999.
  • Ekah, Sharima Tabe, 'History and Social Consciousness in Caryl Phillips Crossing the River', MA thesis, University of Yaoundé I, Cameroon, 2002.
  • Ellis, David, 'Writing home: Black writing in Britain since the war', PhD dissertation, University of Essex, UK, 1993.
  • Erichsen, Ulrike, 'Geschichtsverarbeitung als kulturelle Selbstreflexion: Untersuchungen ausgewählter postkolonialer Gegenwartsromane der anglophonen Karibik (Lawrence Scott, Caryl Phillips, Erna Brodber)', dissertation, University of Darmstadt, Germany, 2000.
  • Evelyn, Kim Caroline, 'At Home in the Diaspora: Domesticity and Nationalism in Postwar and Contemporary Caribbean-British Fiction', PhD thesis, University of Rhode Island, USA, 2015.
  • Faulkner, Marie-France, 'Belonging-in-difference: Negotiating Identity in Anglophone Caribbean Literature', PhD dissertation, Anglia Ruskin University, UK, 2013.
  • Ferreira Ferreira, Geniane Diamante, 'Resistência, subjetividade e identidade do sujeito negro em Crossing the River (1993), de Caryl Phillips', MA thesis, State University of Maringá PR, Brazil, 2009.
  • Flagel, Nadine, 'Resonant Genres and Intertexts in the Neo-slave Narratives of Caryl Phillips, Octavia Butler, and Lawrence Hill', PhD dissertation, Dalhousie University, Canada, 2006.
  • Ford, John, 'Creolisation: a sign of modernity and postcolonial healing in the literature of Erna Brodber, David Dabydeen and Caryl Phillips', PhD dissertation, 2004.
  • Gillet, Lucie, 'Race, Class and Gender in Michelle Cliff's Free Enterprise and Caryl Phillips' Cambridge. Interaction and Complexity', BA thesis, University of Liège, Belgium, 2004-2005.
  • Gillet, Lucie, 'A Distant Shore Caryl Phillips. Traduction commentée du chapitre 4', MA thesis, Université de Liège, Belgium, 2005-2006.
  • Giommi, Francesca, 'Identita e appartenenze nella narrativa Black British di origine afro-caribica', PhD dissertation, University of Bologna, Italy, 2007.
  • Goyal, Yogita, 'Diasporic nationalisms, nationalist diasporas: Theorizing race in the black Atlantic', PhD dissertation, Brown University, USA, 2003.
  • Haas, Alexandra, 'Fiktionalisierung der Interkulturalität in Caryl Phillips' Higher Ground, Cambridge and Crossing the River', 'Staatsexamenarbeit', Rhenish Friedrich-Wilhelm University of Bonn, Germany, 1997.
  • Halloran, Vivian Nun, 'Owning up to the Silence: Slavery in the Caribbean Postmodern Historical Novel', PhD dissertation, University of California, Los Angeles, 2002.
  • Hannan, James P., 'Local worlds: The place of globalization in Anglophone Caribbean writing', PhD dissertation, University of Chicago, USA, 2005.
  • Hawkins, Christiane, 'Historiographic Metafiction and the Neo-Slave Narrative: Pastiche and Polyphony in Caryl Phillips, Toni Morrison and Sherley Anne Williams', MA thesis, Florida International University, USA, 2012.
  • Hudomiet, Lukasz, 'Postmodern concepts of parody – rewriting genres and history' (partim on Caryl Phillips's Cambridge), MA thesis, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland, 2005.
  • Iellici, Donata, 'A Blood-Red Threaded Chorus of Silenced Voices: Caryl Phillips' Novels and the Caribeanness of World Culture', PhD dissertation, University of Trento, Italy, 1996-1997.
  • Jayakumar, Cathie, 'Altering Waters in Caryl Phillips's Crossing the River', MA thesis, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris 3, 2018-2019.
  • Kamali, Leila Francesca, 'Spectres of the Shore: The Memory of Africa in Contemporary African-American and Black British Fiction', PhD dissertation, University of Warwick, UK, 2007.
  • Kirlew, Shauna Morgan, '21st-Century Neo-Anticolonial Literature and the Struggle for a New Global Order', PhD thesis, Georgia State University, USA, 2012. Includes an analysis of Phillips's work.
  • Kjaer, Laura Maria, 'Who put it there? The Strange, Xenophobia and Intertextuality in Caryl Phillips' A Distant Shore', MA thesis, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, 2014.
  • Knapp, Adrian, 'Eighteenth-century Slave Narratives and Their Contemporary Rewritings', PhD thesis, University of Leeds, UK, 2014.
  • Koprdová, Radka, 'Comparison of Caribbean and Chinese Experience in England in the Second Half of the 20th century', BA thesis, Masaryk University, Czech Republic, 2012.
  • Krack, Christine, 'Literature and Human Rights: The Fight against Gender and Racial Discrimination in the Fiction of Buchi Emecheta and Caryl Phillips', MA thesis, University of Luxemburg, 2010.
  • Krige, Nadia, 'Hybridity, the uncanny and the stranger: the contemporary transcultural novel', MA thesis, University of Stellenbosh, South Africa, 2009.
  • Labidi, Abid, 'History Lost, History Regained: Memory and Identity Reconstruction in a Selection of Recent Caribbean Novels', PhD dissertation, University of Manouba, Tunisia, 2010.
  • Lam, Law-Hak, 'Constructions of Black Identity in the Works of Toni Morrison and Caryl Phillips', MA thesis, University of Hong Kong, 1999.
  • Leclercq, Emma, '"The Happy Family is a Myth for Many": Dysfunctional Families in Caryl Phillips's The Lost Child', MA thesis, University of Liège, 2018-2019.
  • Ledent, Bénédicte, 'Exile and Caribbeanness in Caryl Phillips's Fiction', PhD dissertation, University of Liège, Belgium, 1996-1997.
  • Lefrançois, Frédéric, 'Figures de l'exil dans l'oeuvre de Caryl Phillips', PhD dissertation, Université des Antilles et de la Guyane, Guadeloupe, Martinique and French Guiana, 2008.
  • Lin, Ching-huan, 'Imagining Europe in selected works by Caryl Phillips, Ian McEwan and Kazo Ishiguro', PhD dissertation, University of Leeds, UK, 2013.
  • Machado Saez, Elena, 'Going Global in a Caribbean Locale: Traveling Home in the Works of Paule Marshall, Cristina García, Andrea Levy and Caryl Phillips', PhD dissertation, State University of New York at Stony Brook, USA, 2003.
  • Martin, Sylvia, 'Self-Reinvention in Caryl Phillips's Dancing in the Dark and Philip Roth's The Human Stain', BA thesis, University of Liège, Belgium, 2006-2007.
  • Mascoli, Giulia, 'The Figure of the Mother in Four Novels by Caryl Phillips', MA thesis, University of Liège, Belgium, 2013.
  • Mill, Solveig, 'Artikulationen kultureller Differenz in anglo-karibischen Romanen der Gegenwart', University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany, 2008.
  • Miller Powell, Joan, 'Hybrid Inventiveness: Caryl Phillips's Poetics of Displacement', PhD dissertation, University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica, 2005-2006.
  • Muukkonen, Johanna, 'Identity, Belonging & Othering in Caryl Phillips's Cambridge', MA thesis, University of Tampere, Finland, 2010.
  • Moudouma Moudouma, Sydoine, 'Re-visiting History, Re-negotiating Identity in Two Black British Fictions of the 21st Century: Caryl Phillips's A Distant Shore (2003) and Buchi Emecheta's The New Tribe (2000)', MA thesis, Stellenbosch University, South Africa, 2009.
  • Najar, Imen, 'In and Out of Heart of Darkness: Intertextuality in Selected Fiction by Caryl Phillips: "Heartland" and "The Pagan Coast"', MA thesis, University of Liège, Belgium, 2003-2004.
  • Neasman, Everett G., 'Triangular African Diaspora in the Poetry of Kofi Awoonor, Charles Johnson's Middle Passage, and Caryl Phillips' Crossing the River', MA thesis, University of Northern Iowa, USA, 1998.
  • Ngwa, George Ambe, 'Alienation, Hope and Disillusionment: A Study of Caryl Phillips' A State of Independence', MA thesis, University of Yaoundé I, Cameroon, 2004.
  • Ngwenki, Delphine Afoni, 'The Concept of "Otherness" in Caryl Phillips' Higher Ground', MA thesis, University of Yaoundé I, Cameroon, 2007.
  • Nsoseka, Loveline Leinyuy, 'Post-colonialism and the Reconstruction of History in Caryl Phillips' Cambridge', MA thesis, University of Yaoundé I, Cameroon, 2007.
  • Osinubi, Taiwo Adetunji, 'Argonauts of the Black Atlantic: Representing slavery, modernity, and the colonising moment', PhD dissertation, University of British Columbia, Canada, 2006.
  • Padovano, Amelia, 'Parola e sguardo nella narrativa di Caryl Phillips: il silenzio degli oppressi', University of Lecce, Italy, 2000-2001.
  • Pedreira, Marcia, 'Trilhas pela água: história e ficção em Crossing the River, de Caryl Phillips' ['Waterways: History and Fiction in Caryl Phillips's Crossing the River'], MA thesis, University of São Paulo, Brazil, 2003.
  • Peere, Leonie, 'Beyond Compare? Slavery and the Holocaust in Caryl Phillips's Higher Ground and The Nature of Blood', BA dissertation, Ghent University, Belgium, 2007.
  • Peltola, Jenni, 'Behind the Mask: Functions of Blackface Minstrelsy in Caryl Phillips' Dancing in the Dark', MA thesis, University of Tampere, Finland, 2012.
  • Pirker, Eva Ulrike, 'Erinnerung in Caryl Phillips' Romanen der Neunzigerjahre: Cambridge, Crossing the River und The Nature of Blood', MA thesis, Albert Ludwig University of Freiburg, Germany, 2004.
  • Pirnay, Isabelle, 'A postcolonial Response to Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice and Othello: Caryl Phillips's The Nature of Blood', BA thesis, University of Liège, Belgium, 2004-2005.
  • Polopoli, Valeria, 'Displacement, Home, Identity, Memory e (Un)belonging nella scrittura diasporica di Caryl Phillips', PhD thesis, University of Catania, Italy, 2009-2010.
  • Rahbek, Ulla, 'Denied Heroes, Denied History: A Study of Characters in Five Texts by Caryl Phillips', PhD dissertation, University of Bergen, Norway, 2006.
  • Ranguin, Josiane, 'Fonction scopique et investigation du réel anglo-caribéen dans l'œuvre de Caryl Phillips', PhD thesis, Université Paris 13, 2016.
  • Reive, Samantha, 'Between the Black Atlantic and Europe: Emerging Paradigms in Contemporary Black British Writing', PhD thesis, University of Leeds, 2015.
  • Schepers, Suzanne Jasperdina Klasina, 'Slavery and Diasporic Identity in Two Counter Travel Narratives: Caryl Phillips's The Atlantic Sound and Ekow Eshun's Black Gold of the Sun', MA thesis, Leiden University, 2015.
  • Schatteman, Renée, 'Writing at the Intersection of the Postmodern and the Postcolonial: Caryl Phillips, J.M. Coetzee, and Michael Ondaatje', PhD dissertation, University of Massachusetts, USA, 1999.
  • Smets, Marie-Pierre, 'Caryl Phillips's Cambridge and the Sources he Drew Upon', BA thesis, University of Liège, Belgium, 1994-1995.
  • Smith, Craig Adrian, 'Scenes of Trauma: Violent Rites, Migration, and the Performance of Afro-Caribbean Masculinities', PhD dissertation, University of Florida, USA, 2010.
  • Standaert, Sara, '"The High Anxiety of Belonging": Displacement in Caryl Phillips's Higher Ground, Cambridge, Crossing the River and The Nature of Blood', BA thesis, Ghent University, Belgium, 2003.
  • Su, Ping, 'Words into Image: Cinematic Elements in Caryl Phillips's Fiction', PhD dissertation, University of Hong Kong, 2013.
  • Tait, Michelle Louise, 'Navigating Terragraphica: An Exploration of the Locations of Identity Contruction in the Transatlantic Fiction of Ama Ata Aidoo, Paule Marshall and Caryl Phillips', MA thesis, Stellenbosch University, South Africa, 2012.
  • Takors, Jonas, 'Caryl Phillips' Foreigners: Three English Lives als kollektive Biographie des schwarzen Britannien', MA thesis, Albert Ludwig University of Freiburg, Germany, 2008.
  • Tempestoso, Carla, 'Back to the roots: la drammaturgia di Caryl Phillips', PhD dissertation, Università della Calabria, 2016.
  • Urraco Cendrero, José Ángel, 'Marginación e integración en la obra dramática y narrativa de Caryl Phillips', PhD dissertation, University of Alcalá, Madrid, Spain, 2004.
  • Ursin, Reanna A., 'Slavery as a Site of Memory: Interracial Intersubjectivity in the Historical Novels of Sherley Anne Williams, Caryl Phillips and Edward P. Jones', PhD dissertation, University of Notre Dame, USA, 2006.
  • Valkeakari, Tuire Maritta, 'Passages to (Be)Longing: Contemporary Black Novels of Diaspora and Dislocation', PhD thesis, Yale University, USA, 2012.
  • van Bever Donker, Vincent, 'Ethics and Recognition in Postcolonial Literature: Reading Amitav Ghosh, Caryl Phillips, Chimamanda Adichie and Kazuo Ishiguro', PhD thesis, University of Oxford, UK, 2012.
  • van Blitterswijk, Thijs, 'Writing Fragmented Venice. Three Case Studies Of Heterotopic Literature: The Comfort of Strangers, The Nature of Blood and Don't Look Now', MA thesis, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands, 2012.
  • Van den Heuvel, Anke, 'Recollecting Spots of Pain: Writing Race and Trauma in Caryl Phillips's The Nature of Blood', BA thesis, Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium, 1999.
  • Vyncke, Rini, 'From The Final Passage (1985) to In the Falling Snow (2009): Caryl Phillips as a Second Generation Postcolonial Author', MA dissertation, Ghent University, Belgium, 2009-2010.
  • Ward, Abigail Lara, 'Representing Slavery in Selected Works of Caryl Phillips, David Dabydeen and Fred D'Aguiar', PhD dissertation, University of Leeds, UK, 2006.
  • Weller, Jalaine Nicole, 'Slavocracy's Collective Atlantic: Utopian and Dystopian Discourse in Contemporary Narratives of Slavery', MA thesis, University of Texas, El Paso, USA, 2014.
  • Wheeler, Rebecca L., 'Rewriting the Colonized Past Through Textual Strategies of Exclusion' (Maria Edgeworth, England, Raja Rao, India, J.M. Coetzee, South Africa, Caryl Phillips, St. Kitts), PhD dissertation, Ball State University, USA, 2002.
  • Wisniewski, Rudião Rafael, 'O Horror Como Motivação: Rememoração e individuação em The Nature of Blood', MA dissertation, Universidade Regional Integrada Do Alto Utugai e das Missões, Brazil, 2010.
  • Woolley, Agnes, 'A Critical Exploration of Refugees and Asylum Seekers in Contemporary British Literature', PhD dissertation, University of Leeds, UK, 2011.
  • Worthington, Benjamin G., 'A Wider Scope of Departure and Return: Reading Trauma in the Late Works of Caryl Phillips', MA thesis, East Carolina University, 2007.
  • Yang, Domingo I-kwei, 'The Sound of the Black Atlantic: Caryl Phillips's The Atlantic Sound', MA thesis, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan, 2007.

 

Published Students' Essays
  • Wegner, Markus, On The Far Bank Of The River: 'Der Unsympath' in der Verarbeitung von Heimat, Geschichte und Ästhetik in ausgewählten Romanen Caryl Phillips (München & Ravensburg: Grin Verlag, 2008).

 

Profiles
  • Hickling, Michael, 'The black schism', Yorkshire Post, 19 November 1980, p. 8.
  • Trott, Lloyd, 'Telling no White Lies', The Leveller (London), 22 January – 4 February 1982, pp. 16-17.
  • Bridglal, Sindamani, 'Profile of Caryl Phillips', Artrage, 1, November 1982, pp. 3-6.
  • Bartholomew, Kelroy, 'Profile of a Playwright: Caryl Phillips', Voice (London), 6 November 1982, p. 20.
  • Diaz, Herma, 'Caz makes his mark', The Weekly Gleaner (E.U.), 10 November 1982.
  • Cunningham, John, 'The beginnings of anger murmur beneath the cool', Guardian, 13 August 1983.
  • Diamond, John, 'Beyond the Front Line', Sunday Times, 4 September 1983.
  • Mutebi, Ronald, 'The Fundamental Wisdom of Caryl Phillips', Commonwealth: Essays and Studies, September 1985. Also published in The Labour Spokesman, 25 September 1985.
  • Shakespeare, Nicholas, 'Migrant Burden', The Times, 10 February 1986, p. 7.
  • Jones, Nicolette, 'Caryl Phillips: "Not promising, just accomplished"', Publishing News, 23 January 1987, p. 9.
  • Getler, Warren, 'Encounters with "The European Tribe"', International Herald Tribune, 21-22 February 1987, p. 16.
  • Watson, Kathy, 'Voyages of Discovery', Chic Magazine, March 1987, pp. 32-33.
  • Meena, C.K., 'Caryl Phillips: Writing across Two Cultures', Deccan Herald (India), 23 October 1987.
  • Riti, M.D., 'Caryl Phillips: novelist and playwright', The Times of India, 31 October 1987.
  • Doctor, Gita, 'Spirit of independence', Express Weekend, 7 November 1987.
  • Spankie, Sarah, 'Black and Blues', ELLE, October 1989, pp. 94-96.
  • Marcus, James, 'Home Work: Around the World with Caryl Phillips', Voice, 24 October 1989, p. 57.
  • Ross, Val, 'Appropriation-of-voice issue "an absurdity", author says', Globe and Mail, 21 October 1991, p. C1.
  • Raymond, Judy, 'Writing to maintain his sanity', Daily Express (Trinidad), 29 December 1991.
  • Nicholls, Richard E., 'Cultures in Collision', New York Times (Book Review), 16 February 1992, p. 25.
  • Streitfeld, David, 'Born bewildered', Washington Post, 24 May 1992, p. X15.
  • Eyres, Harry, 'Home is where the art is', Times, 11 May 1993.
  • Vincent, Gertjan, '"Ook blanken zijn slachtoffer van racisme": Caryl Phillips wortelt als een beste jonge Britse schrijver in het koloniale rijk', Trouw, 9 August 1993.
  • Graeber, Laurel, 'Murdering Memory’, New York Times (Book Review), 30 January 1994, p. 10.
  • Walker, Susan, 'The experience of displacement drives U.K. writer Caryl Phillips', Toronto Star, 15 February 1994, p. E5.
  • Wordsworth, Araminta, 'Mining the immigrant experience', Financial Post, 19 February 1994, p. S7.
  • Kenney, Charles, 'Crossing into the Limelight: Caryl Phillips' Literary Journey', Boston Globe, 2 March 1994, pp. 57 & 60.
  • Amin, Fadzilah, 'Chatting with Caryl Phillips', New Straits Times, 10 August 1994, pp. 33-34.
  • Koh, Buck Song, 'Argue with the past, says author', Straits Times, 20 August 1994, p. 25.
  • Chenery, Susan, 'African Heartbeat Drives Novelist's Search', Sydney Morning Herald, 3 March 1995, p. 15.
  • Elliot, Helen, 'The Rivers he Crossed', Sunday Age, 5 March 1995, p. 8.
  • Elliot, Helen, 'Working-class Black in a White Culture', Canberra Times, 11 June 1995, p. 20.
  • Allister, Harry, 'The Disunited States: Caryl Phillips Shows How the American Dream is Becoming a Nightmare', The Voice, 12 December 1995, p. 32.
  • Jaggi, Maya, 'Their long voyage home', Guardian, 16 December 1995, p. 29.
  • 'The Spirit of America', Open Air, 14 (January 1996), pp. 6-7.
  • Crewe, Candida, 'Caryl Phillips: Leeds', Times Magazine (London), 6 July 1996, p. 54.
  • Crace, John, 'West Indians who Paved the Way', (Weekend) Financial Times, 6-7 July 1996, p. xv.
  • Moore, Emily, 'Talkback: Caryl Phillips', Guardian, 20 August 1996, p. 18.
  • Mackenzie, Suzie, 'The History Man', Guardian Weekend, 1 February 1997, pp. 22-23 and 25.
  • Walsh, John, 'Songmaster of the Diaspora', Independent Weekend, 1 February 1997, p. 3.
  • Storey, Catherine, 'Locked in the Ghettos of the Mind', Independent on Sunday, 1-2 February 1997, p. 27.
  • Kreilkamp, Ivan, 'Caryl Phillips: The Trauma of "Broken History"', Publishers Weekly, 28 April 1997, pp. 44-45.
  • Marchand, Philip, 'Unearthing an unknown past in hopes of creating a future', Toronto Star, 29 April 1997, p. H7.
  • Bailey Nurse, Donna, 'Caryl Phillips Riffs on Freedom', Globe and Mail, 21 May 1997, p. E4. Also published in a slightly different version as 'The Music Man', in her What's a Black Critic to Do? Interviews, Profiles and Reviews of Black Writers (Toronto: Insomnia Press, 2003), pp. 60-62.
  • Marchand, Philip, 'How Author Remains an Outsider', Toronto Star, 31 May 1997, p. K17.
  • Johnson, Lisa, 'The Extravagant Stranger', Bulletin, 19 June 1997, pp. 14-15.
  • Donovan, Katie, 'Torn Between Two Cultures', Irish Times, 10 July 1997, p. 14.
  • Grossman, Mary Ann, 'Home Free', Pioneer Press, 13 July 1997.
  • Ferguson, James, 'Playing Away', Caribbean Beat, September-October 1997, pp. 50-55.
  • Coetzee, J.M., 'What We Like to Forget', New York Review, 6 November 1997, pp. 38-41.
  • Wroe, Nicholas, 'A Kind of Homecoming', (Weekend) Financial Times, 16-17 May 1998, p. vi .
  • 'The Nature of Caz: Caryl Phillips expounds his theories on Black, Britain and Belonging', Calabash: A Newsletter for Writers of African and Asian Descent, 9 (Summer 1998), pp. 1 and 11.
  • Asirvatham, Sandy, 'At Home in the World of Caryl Phillips', Poets & Writers (January-February 1999), pp. 61-69.
  • Marshall, John, 'Caryl Phillips Knows the Power of Words to Give Voice to the Displaced', Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 2 March 1999, p. E1.
  • Heltzel, Ellen Emry, 'Within the man without a country', Oregonian, 7 March 1999, p. E7.
  • Dogar, Rana, 'A Citizen of the World: Caryl Phillips Talks about Race, Class and Home', Newsweek, 10 May 1999, p. 63.
  • Baker, Martha, 'Well-traveled Caryl Phillips Unpacks as he Writes', St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 25 January 2000, p. C3.
  • Coldstream, John, 'At last I know where home is', Daily Telegraph, 9 May 2000.
  • Rees, Jasper, 'Black, British, and finally proud of it', Evening Standard, 30 May 2000, p. 32.
  • Madar, Chase, 'Talking with Caryl Phillips: Home and Away', Newsday, 25 November 2000.
  • Coetzee, J.M., 'Caryl Phillips', Stranger Shores: Essays 1986-1999 (London: Secker & Warburg, 2001), pp. 189-199.
  • O'Dea, Madeleine, 'Life Stories', Vive (Winter 2001), pp. 146-147. On Caryl Phillips and Hanif Kureishi.
  • Jaggi, Maya, 'Rites of Passage', Guardian (Saturday Review), 3 November 2001, pp. 6-7. Also published in Conversations with Caryl Phillips, ed. by Renee T. Schatteman (Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 2009), pp. 77-86.
  • Carlisle, Ed, 'Caz Phillips: Man of Mystery', Leeds Student, Juice, 7 December 2001 (32.11), p. 8.
  • James, Victoria, '"Mongrel" Seeker after New Self-understandings', Japan Times, 1 December 2002.
  • Huseman, Jonathan, 'Nergens volledig thuis', Trouw, 5 December 2002.
  • South Bank Show: Caryl Phillips (ITV, 2003). Television documentary.
  • Heawood, Jonathan, 'Distance Learning', Observer (Review), 23 March 2003, p. 17.
  • Morrison, Donald, 'A Writer of Wrongs', Time, 19 May 2003, pp. 62-63.
  • Silochan, Herman, 'The Trans-Atlantci author', The Caribbean Camera: Many People, One Paper, 13 November 2003, p. 7.
  • Adler, Dan, 'Novelist Emphasizes Human Aspect of Books', Yale Daily News, 10 February 2004.
  • Steger, Jason, 'First past the post', Age, 18 May 2004, p. 2.
  • Keels, Crystal L., 'Restoring a Ruptured Relationship', Black Issues in Higher Education, 4 November 2004, pp. 31-33.
  • Leary, Paul, 'Try sun, sea, sand ... and books', Virgin Islands Daily News, 9 May 2005.
  • Freeman, John, 'Out of darkness into light', Vancouver Sun, 1 October 2005, p. D19.
  • Freeman, John, 'Caryl Phillips on Writing, Travelling and the Image of Black Men', New Zealand Herald, 10 October 2005.
  • Wood, Molara, 'Achebe, Phillips: Talking Africa and the Diaspora', Guardian (Nigeria), 9 November 2005.
  • Santiago, Soledad, 'The invisible man in blackface', Santa Fe New Mexican, 27 October 2006, p. PA-24.
  • Viksten, Elin, 'Phillips skiftar perspektiv', Norrländska Socialdemokraten, 15 December 2006.
  • Logan, Brian, 'Crossing over', Times, 15 September 2007, Knowledge p. 17.
  • Boddy, Kasia, 'Always an Englishman abroad', Telegraph, 22 September 2007, p. 12.
  • Ahad, Nick, 'Coming home with an epic production', Yorkshire Post, 2 November 2007.
  • Thomas, Sam, 'Terrorism, tolerance and the freedom of fiction', Nouse, 20 November 2007. [online version: 22 November 2007]
  • Moss, Stephen, 'Home Truths', Guardian (G2), 21 May 2009, p. 12. Also published as 'His patch of earth', Sunday Star-Times, 12 July 2009.
  • Murphy, Siobhan, 'Postcards from society's edge', Metro, 21 May 2009, pp. 30-31.
  • Taylor, Alan, 'Unequal Opportunities', Herald, 30 May 2009, p. 10.
  • Ahad, Nick, 'A writer's return to the city that has risen anew from the past', Yorkshire Post, 20 October 2010.
  • Nanda, Akshita, 'Outside, looking in', Malaysia Star, 6 March 2012.
  • Leadbeatter, Lynn, 'Caryl Phillips and the different types of England', Sunderland Echo, 3 October 2015.

 

Reviews

Fiction

The Final Passage

  • 'Flight from Papal bull', Bath and West Evening Chronicle, 16 February 1985.
  • Publishers Weekly (11 January 1985), p. 70.
  • West Indian World, 700 (6 Febuary 1985).
  • Independent, 9 January 1999, p. 16.
  • Bailey, Paul, 'The Indians who can't win', Standard, 13 February 1985, p. 18.
  • Barkley, Richard, 'When a girl loses hope', Sunday Express, 3 February 1985.
  • Barraclough, Jennifer, 'Lines on the road', Arts Yorkshire (April-May 1985), p. 15.
  • Barnes, Hugh, 'Return of the Native', London Review of Books, 7 March 1985, pp. 21-22.
  • Bauerle, R.F., World Literature Today, 59.4 (Autumn 1985), p. 650.
  • Best, Nicholas, 'Mayhem among the knives and forks', Financial Times, 16 February 1985, p. 20.
  • Brown, Stewart, 'The Shattered Caribbeans', Race Today, 16.4 (May-June 1985), pp. 21-22.
  • Cully, Kevin, 'Good Catholic girls...', Tribune, 26 April 1985.
  • Ellis, Carolyne, Guardian, 9 January 1999, p. 11.
  • Flaherty, Dolores and Roger, Chicago Sun-Times, 4 March 1990, p. 16. Very short review.
  • Forbes, Calvin, 'Writing from the African Diaspora', Washington Post, 4 March 1990, p. N8.
  • Gilbert, Harriett, 'Mixed Feelings', New Statesman, 8 February 1985.
  • Glover, Stephen, Daily Telegraph, 8 February 1985.
  • Graham-Dixon, Andrew, 'Drudging and trudging', Sunday Times, 17 February 1985.
  • Hagestadt, Emma & Christopher Hirst, Independent (Weekend Review), 9 January 1999, p. 16.
  • Henderson, David W., Library Journal, 1 January 1990, p. 150.
  • Hickman, Christie, 'First Steps: Life with an intellectual, plus two outstanding first novels', Woman's Journal, April 1985, p. 66.
  • Hinde, Thomas, 'Glittering On', Sunday Telegraph, 10 February 1985.
  • Hughes, David, 'Troubles in paradise', Mail on Sunday, 17 February 1985.
  • Hughes, Susan, 'Alone in a strange city', Western Morning News, 15 February 1985.
  • James, Louis, Wasafiri, 4 (Spring 1986), pp. 32-33.
  • Jensen, Lisa, 'The Family is Alive – If Not Always well', San Francisco Chronicle, 11 August 1985, p. 5. Very short review.
  • Jones-Hendrickson, Simon B., Caribbean Writer, 1, pp. 94-95.
  • MacErlean, Nease, 'Tales of Fortune', Books and Bookmen (February 1985), p. 27.
  • Mason, Anita, 'Passage to the promised land', Arts Yorkshire (June-July 1985).
  • Mellors, John, 'Passion and politics', Listener, 25 July 1985, p. 32.
  • Montrose, David, 'Out and Back', TLS, 8 March 1985, p. 266.
  • Mooney, Bel, Cosmopolitan (February 1985).
  • Murphy, Marese, 'Reserved for the Dons', Irish Times, 9 February 1985.
  • Mutebi, Ronald, 'A Journey with Caryl Phillips', Concord Weekly (23 May 1985), p. 28.
  • Nolan, Tom, New York Times (Book Review), 29 April 1990, p. 38. Very short review.
  • Nye, Robert, 'On the vanity of sexual wishes', Guardian, 7 February 1985.
  • Parker, Geoffrey, British Book News (May 1985), pp. 300-301.
  • Rubin, Merle, 'Voyage into Unknown Territory', Christian Science Monitor, 9 March 1990, p. 12.
  • Shakespeare, Nicholas, 'Cambridge blues, tacky quips and glittering surprises', Times, 7 February 1985, p. 11.
  • Thwaite, Anthony, 'Point counter-point', Observer, 10 February 1985.
  • Teeuwen, Ludo, De Standaard, 17 May 1986.
  • White, Evelyn C., 'A Sure Knowledge of a Woman's Pain', San Francisco Chronicle, 10 June 1990, p. 7.

A State of Independence

  • Manchester Evening News, 6 March 1986.
  • Kirkus Reviews, 1 April 1986.
  • Observer, 15 February 1987.
  • Daily Post, 19 February 1987.
  • Oxford Times, 13 March 1987.
  • Time Out, 8 April 1987.
  • Publishers Weekly, 11 April 1986.
  • Publishers Weekly, 26 February 1988, p. 193.
  • Washington Post, 22 May 1988, p. 264.
  • Best, Nicholas, 'Urban gorilla goes on the rampage', Financial Times, 15 February 1986, p. xiv. Short review.
  • Blishen, Edward, 'The illusion of British gentleness', Times Educational Supplement, 18 April 1986, p. 26.
  • Bogdanor, Vernon, 'In or out?', The Listener, 17 April 1986.
  • Brunet, Elena, Los Angeles Times (Book Review), 29 May 1988, p. 14. Short review.
  • Cunningham, Valentine, 'An Irish education', Observer, 2 February 1986.
  • Eder, Richard, Los Angeles Times (Book Review), 6 July 1986, p. 3.
  • Foster, Aisling, Options (February 1986).
  • Graham-Dixon, Andrew, 'Laughter sets the moral climate', Sunday Times, 16 February 1986. Short review.
  • Heal, David, 'Thoughts from death's queue', Liverpool Daily Post, 6 February 1986.
  • Krieger, Elliot, 'Two views of leaving home, from the Caribbean', Providence Sunday Journal, 22 June 1986.
  • Kumar, Krishan, 'In two free states', New Society (11 April 1986), p. 26.
  • Lagerlöf, Karl Erik, 'Ett skruvstäd av ekonomiskt beroende', DN, 25 May 1987.
  • Laski, Marghanita, 'More deaths', The Listener, 17 April 1986, p. 29.
  • MacLeod, Donald, 'Boxed in', Scotsman, 25 July 1987.
  • Maja-Pearce, Adewale, 'Like a River in Summer', Books and Bookmen, 364 (February 1986), pp. 35-36.
  • Maja-Pearce, Adewale, 'Going back home', Tribune (4 April 1986).
  • Nesbitt, W.J., 'Our world's inside-out!', Northern Echo, 6 March 1986.
  • Nicholson, John, 'The Typical New York Jewish Boy', The Times, 13 February 1986.
  • Nixon, Rob, Village Voice, 16 August 1988, p. 51.
  • Niven, Alastair, British Book News (May 1986).
  • Nye, Robert, 'Wisdom and wit', Guardian, 6 February 1986.
  • Robb, Christina, 'A gift for poetry but not for storytelling', Boston Globe, 18 July 1986.
  • Salkey, Andrew, World Literature Today, 61.1 (Winter 1987), p. 145.
  • Shakespeare, Nicholas, The Times, 29 November 1986.
  • Somerville-Large, Gillian, 'Tropical Despair', Irish Times, 9 August 1986, p. 13.
  • St. John, Edward B., Library Journal, 111.11 (15 June 1986), p. 79.
  • Sutherland, John, 'Carré on Spying', London Review of Books, 3 April 1986, pp. 5-6.
  • Theodore, Inès, 'A State of Independence', 150 romans antillais (Saint-Rose, Guadeloupe: ASCODELA, nd), pp. 301-302.
  • Thody, Philip, 'No, my darling daughter', Yorkshire Post, 27 February 1986.
  • Vincent, Chris, 'Arrival as departure', Tribune, 20 March 1987, p. 9.

  • Publishers Weekly, 31 August 1990, p. 61.
  • Antioch Review, 48.2 (Spring 1990), pp. 261-262.
  • Best, Nicholas, 'Present Tensions', Financial Times, 15 April 1989, p. xix. Short review.
  • Campbell, Peter, 'Pictures', London Review of Books, 18 May 1989, pp. 16-17.
  • D'Aguiar, Fred, 'Descent into Madness', Third World Quarterly, 11.4 (October 1989), pp. 286-288.
  • Davis, Clive, 'Noble Black Suffering', New Statesman, 21 April 1989, p. 36.
  • Flaherty, Dolores and Roger, 'True grit is vital, and often not enough', Chicago Sun-Times, 30 December 1990, p. 17. Short review.
  • Henderson, David W., Library Journal, 9 August 1989, p. 165.
  • Johnson, Charles R., 'Slaves and Slavers, Then and Now', Los Angeles Times (Book Review), 1 October 1989, pp. 2, 11.
  • Johnson, George, New York Times (Book Review), 21 October 1991, p. 38. Very short review.
  • Knowles, Roberta Q., Caribbean Writer, 4 (1990), pp. 111-113.
  • Larson, Charles R., 'Tales of Racial Imprisonment', Washington Post, 4 September 1989, p. C7.
  • Lively, Adam, 'After Slavery', TLS, 2-9 June 1989, p. 619.
  • Mitchison, Amanda, 'A triptych of lost souls', Independent, 29 April 1989, p. 30.
  • Sarvan, Charles P., World Literature Today, 64.3 (Summer 1990), p. 518.
  • Smith, Barbara, 'The Past has Fled', New York Times (Book Review), 24 September 1989, p. 27.
  • Taylor, D. J., 'Songs of Stolen Freedom', Sunday Times, 16 April 1989, p. 7.

  • Publishers Weekly, 240.2, 11 January 1993, p. 61. Also published as 'Slave story', Richmond Times-Dispatch, 23 February 1992, p. F5.
  • New York Times (Book Review), 23 February 1992, p. 30. Also published in New York Times (Book Review), 1 March 1992, p. 30; in the section 'Books for Vacation Reading', New York Times, 31 May 1992; and in the section 'Notable books of the year 1992', New York Times, 6 December 1992, p. 57. Extremely short review.
  • Washington Post, 7 March 1993, p. X12. Very short review.
  • Washington Times, 2 May 1993, p. B8. Very short review.
  • Barber, David, 'A West Indian Morality Play', Boston Sunday Globe, 2 February 1992.
  • Bautz, Mark, 'Spicy stew in "Cambridge" hardly ever boils', Washington Times, 15 March 1992, p. B7.
  • Billen, Andrew, 'It's not black and white', Observer, 17 March 1991, p. 58.
  • Boehmer, Elleke, 'Zones of Transition', Southern African Review of Books, May-June 1991, pp. 6-8.
  • Campbell, James, 'Answering Back', London Review of Books, 11 July 1991, p. 20.
  • Carter, Angela, 'Slave to a Liberal Conscience', Independent on Sunday, 17 March 1991, p. 24.
  • Ciresi, Rita, Library Journal, 117.2, 1 February 1992, p. 127.
  • Clarke, George Elliott, 'A slave with true moral vision', Toronto Star, 19 October 1991, p. K19.
  • Dew, Bettye, 'A quiet story of sex, madness and murder', St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 5 April 1992, p. 5C.
  • Eder, Richard, 'An elusive, unexpressive story of slaves from different worlds', Los Angeles Times, 6 February 1992, p. E6.
  • Ellmann, Lucy, 'Slavery under the Skin', Guardian, 21 March 1991, p. 27.
  • Ferguson, James, 'Slavery Revisited', Caribbean Beat, 50 (July-August 2001), pp. 46-47.
  • Forbes, Calvin, 'Slavery's Cruel Web', Chicago Tribune Books, 1 March 1992, p. 6.
  • Friedman, Melvin J., Review of Contemporary Fiction, 12.3 (Fall 1992), pp. 195-196.
  • Fry, Donn, 'A Compelling Look At Horror of Slavery', Seattle Times, 12 April 1992.
  • Garrett, George, 'Separate Prisons', New York Times (Book Review), 16 February 1992, pp. 1, 24-25.
  • Garrett, Georgia, 'Suffocation and Slavery', Tribune, 29 March 1991.
  • Guinness, Gerald, 'From St Kitts', in "The Covers of this Book are Too Far Apart": Book Reviews for the San Juan Star (University of Puerto Rico: 1999), pp. 185-189.
  • Hearne, John, Caribbean Quarterly, 40.1 (March 1994), pp. 81-82.
  • Hooper, Brad, Booklist, 94.12 (15 February 1998), p. 979. Also reviews Crossing the River.
  • Jaffrey, Zia, 'Colonial Fiction', Nation, 23 March 1992, pp. 387-389.
  • Jaggi, Maya, 'Society and its Slaves', TLS, 15 March 1991, p. 10.
  • Kreutzer, Eberhard, in Kindlers Neues Literaturlexikon, Bd 22, Supplement L-Z, Chefredaktion Rudolf Adler (München: Kindler, 1998), pp. 298-299.
  • Kurnick David S., 'Middle Passages', Harvard Crimson, 15 April 1993.
  • Ledbetter, James, 'Victorian's Secret', Village Voice, 28 April 1992, p. 67.
  • MacDougall, Carl, 'Lament frames children's tale', Herald (Glasgow), 19 May 1993.
  • Major, Clarence, 'Black and White in Color', Washington Post, 9 February 1992, pp. 4, 10.
  • McElroy Ansa, Tina, 'Contrived "Cambridge" is sunk by its florid plot', Atlanta Journal and Constitution, 8 March 1992, p. N9.
  • Metcalf Miller, Alicia, 'Slavery tale does not convince', Plain Dealer, 1 March 1992.
  • Moore, Caroline, 'The Girl of the Golden West Indies', Spectator, 30 March 1991, p. 33.
  • Perrick, Penny, 'Tropical Fruits', Sunday Times, 24 March 91, p. 4.
  • Pritchard, William H., Hudson Review, 45.3 (Autumn 1992), pp. 489-490.
  • Quigly, Isabel, 'Passionate obsessions', Financial Times, 30 March 1991, p. xvi. Short review.
  • Rees, Jasper, 'Black and White of Two Worlds', Times, 21 March 1991, p. 22.
  • Rigby, Nigel, Wasafiri, 14 (Autumn 1991), pp. 46-47.
  • Rolfe, Patricia, Bulletin, 5777 (1991), p. 93.
  • Roth Pierpont, Claudia, 'English Lessons', New Yorker, 10 August 1992, pp. 76-79.
  • Rubin, Merle, 'Tomes for the Tote bag', Christian Science Monitor, 10 July 1992, p. 10.
  • Runcle, James, 'Floundering in the hues of darkness', Sunday Telegraph, 17 March 1991.
  • Samuel, Terence, 'The distressing legacy of West Indies slavery', Philadelphia Inquirer, 6 October 1992, p. E03.
  • Smith, Carlton, 'Racism, sexism connection is explored', San Diego Union-Tribune, 9 February 1992, p. E6.
  • Steinberg, Sybil, Publishers Weekly, 13 December 1991, p. 44.
  • Sutcliffe, Thomas, 'Penitential Education', Independent, 23 March 1991, p. 29.
  • Waterhouse, Michael, 'Falls the Shadow', Literary Review, March 1991, p. 34.
  • Weiss, A., People, 20 April 1992, p. 31.
  • Yohannes, Mesfin, Artrage, Summer 1991, p. 39.

  • Record, 23 January 1994, p. E3. Very short review.
  • New York Times (Book Review), 6 February 1994, p. 34; also in New York Times (Book Review), 13 February 1994, p. 30; in the section 'Books for Vacation Reading', New York Times, 5 June 1994, p. 24; and in the section 'Notable books of the year: 1994', New York Times, 4 December 1994, p. 65. Extremely short review.
  • Caribbean Beat, 10 (July-August 1994).
  • Booklist, 15 January 1995, p. 857.
  • Balaam, Lucy, 'Small Voices in the Wilderness', Yorkshire Post, 27 May 1993.
  • Bertinetti, Paolo, Il Tolomeo, 2 (1996), pp. 107-108.
  • Best, Nicholas, 'Seriously rich (books): the cost of being dedicated to money', Financial Times, 29 May 1993, p. 16.
  • Blake, Robin, Independent, 5 June 1994.
  • Bouman, Hans, 'Caryl Phillips herschrijft de geschiedenis van racisme en migratie', De Volkskrant, 9 July 1993, p. 2.
  • Brenkman, John, 'Other Voices', Village Voice, 22 February 1994, p. 82.
  • Burroway, Janet, 'Slaves to Fate', New York Times (Book Review), 30 January 1994, p. 10.
  • Carbine, Louise, 'Movement of the People', Age, 1 July 1995, p. 9.
  • Chambers, Veronica, 'A Father's Lament', Los Angeles Times (Book Review), 6 February 1994, pp. 3, 10.
  • Chambers, Veronica, 'Slave's Legacy', Chicago Sun Times, 27 February 1994, p. 13.
  • Cox, Robert, 'Stream of Imagination', Mercury (Hobart), 24 April 1995, p. 26.
  • Davidson, Carol, 'Black Diaspora heard in "many-tongued chorus of memory"', Gazette, 12 March 1994, p. 3.
  • Delbanco, Nicholas, 'Themes of Lament', Chicago Tribune Books, 23 January 1994, p. 5.
  • Dieckmann, Katherine, 'Waterland', Village Voice, 7 March 1995, p. 12. Short review.
  • Doris, Anne, Toronto Star, 11 February 1995, p. L16. Short review.
  • Felgine, Odile, 'Le Livre de la faute', Monde Diplomatique, August 1995, p. 26.
  • Foster, Cecil, 'Hard Questions, Hard Answers', Quarterly Black Review of Books, 1.4 (Summer 1994), p. 5.
  • Graeber, Laurel, Los Angeles Daily News, 15 January 1995, p. L20. A shorter version was also published in New York Times (Book Review), 15 January 1995, p. 28. Very short review.
  • Greet, Annie, 'Bit players in history', Age, 21 August 1993, p. 8.
  • Greet, Annie, 'Expatriates and Returnees', CRNLE Reviews Journal, 1 (1994), pp. 159-165.
  • Griffin, Farah Jasmine, Boston Review, 19.3&4 (June-September 1994), pp. 45-46.
  • Hackley, Randall, 'Novel tackles universal issue', Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 16 April 1994, p. D2.
  • Hawley, John C., 'Lives of Outsiders and the Faithful', San Francisco Chronicle, 13 February 1994, p. 5.
  • Holmstrom, David, 'Triple Mirror Images in Black and White', Christian Science Monitor, 10 February 1994, p. 11.
  • Hooper, Brad, Booklist, 15 February 1998, p. 979. Also reviews Cambridge.
  • Huser, Glen, 'Balance missing in otherwise compelling tale', Edmonton Journal, 24 April 1994.
  • Jaggi, Maya, 'Spectral Triangle', Guardian, 5 May 1993, p. 4.
  • Kenney, Brian, Library Journal, 1 January 1994, p. 163-164.
  • Kennedy, Charles, 'Crossing into a Literary Limelight', Boston Globe, 2 March 1994, pp. 57 & 60.
  • Kidder, Gayle, 'Phillips' dark images stain imagination', San Diego Union-Tribune, 16 January 1994, Books p. 6.
  • Koeppel, Fredric, 'Africa laments its exiled children', Commercial Appeal (Memphis), 20 February 1994, p. G3.
  • Kurnick, David S., 'Middle Passages: Caryl Phillips's Fiction Traces the Consequences of Empire', Harvard Crimson, 15 April 1993.
  • Laird, Sally, 'Cross-cross of currents', Observer, 16 May 1993.
  • Lezard, Nicholas, 'Facing it. Crossing the River', London Review of Books, 23 September 1993, p. 21.
  • Lowenthal, Betty, 'Crossing the Diaspora: Betty Lowenthal Talks to Caryl Phillips about his New Book Crossing the River', Weekly Journal, 27 May 1993, p. 11.
  • Major, Clarence, African American Review, 31.1 (Spring 1997), pp. 172-174.
  • Marchand, Philip, 'Love Triumphs over Crimes of History', Toronto Star, 12 February 1994, p. L18.
  • Mathabane, Mark, 'Quest for Africa's Paradise Lost', Greensboro News & Record, 27 February 1994, p. F5.
  • Miller, Jenny, 'The Voice of Survival', Varsity, 12 April 1994.
  • Miller, Lucasta, 'Passages', New Statesman, 21 May 1993, pp. 34-35.
  • Miller, Shawn, '"River" carries slavery's legacy to far places', Washington Times, 20 February 1994, p. B7.
  • Mulder, Reinjan, 'Teruggaan naar je wortels heft niets romantisch' (gesprek met de Brits-Westindische schrijver Caryl Phillips), NRC Handelsblad, 10 September 1993, p. 3.
  • Nicholson, David, 'The Unfinished Song of a Black Chorus', Washington Post, 18 January 1994, p. B2.
  • Obika, A.A., 'Novel Portrays European Role in Slave Trade', Richmond Times-Dispatch, 6 March 1994, p. F4.
  • Owens, Tonie, '"River" a shallow effort', Rocky Mountain News, 14 March 1994, p. 9D.
  • Peterson, V.R., People, 41.15, 25 April 1994, p. 30.
  • Redhill, Michael, 'Crossing the River to Freedom', Globe and Mail, 5 February 1994.
  • Reynolds, Oliver, 'Sold into Slavery', TLS, 14 May 1993, p. 22.
  • Riemer, Andrew, 'The Convention of Incoherence', Sydney Morning Herald, 11 September 1993, p. 11.
  • Rogers, Linda, 'Crossing the River of time in Search of Salvation', Vancouver Sun, 5 February 1994.
  • Samuel, Terrence, 'The Distressing Legacy of West Indies Slavery', Philadelphia Inquirer, 6 October 1992, p. E3.
  • Sarvan, Charles P. & Abdul Aziz Bulaila, World Literature Today, 68.3 (Summer 1994), pp. 624-625.
  • Seaman, Donna, Booklist, 90.7, 1 December 1993, p. 659.
  • Spurling, John, 'But not the Passions of the Slaves', Spectator, 29 May 1993, pp. 30-31.
  • Steinberg, Sybil S., Publishers Weekly, 240.47, 22 November 1993, p. 49.
  • Strawson, Galen, 'Children of the ever-rolling Stream', Independent on Sunday, 16 May 1993, p. 35.
  • Torrente, Marcos Giralt, 'Viajes sin retorno', El País, 11 September 2004, p. 7.
  • Valentine, Eunice, 'Slaves' stories evoke suffering and hope', Patriot Ledger, 19 February 1994, p. 37.
  • Walton, David, 'Many voices weave a tale of slavery', Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 3 July 1994, p. J12.
  • Wanlass, Susan & Vladimir Barac, Caribbean Writer, 9 (1995), pp. 238-239.
  • Wanner, Irene, 'Crossing the River', Seattle Times, 10 April 1994. Short review.
  • Winterton, Bradley, 'Children out of Africa', South China Morning Post, 1 November 1993.
  • Wood, James, 'Playing the Silly Bookers', Guardian, 23 September 1993.
  • Woodall, James, 'Lost Voices of Slavery', Times, 13 May 1993.

  • 'Messing with the story', Bookseller, 13 December 1996, pp. 30-31.
  • Publishers Weekly, 244.12, 24 March 1997, p. 57.
  • New York Times (Book Review), 1 June 1997, p. 50. Also in New York Times, 8 June 1997, p. 30. Extremely short review.
  • 'Summer readings', New York Times, 1 June 1997, p. 34. Also published in 'Notable books of the year 1997', New York Times, 7 December 1997. Extremely short review.
  • 'Racial identity under the microscope', Canberra Times, 8 June 1997. Short review.
  • 'Into the depths of the Holocaust', Canberra Times, 8 June 1997.
  • 'The Human Condition', Maclean's, 110.25, 23 June 1997, pp. 52-53.
  • 'Holiday Reading', Independent on Sunday, 13 July 1997. Extremely short review.
  • Barnacle, Hugo, 'Stock Answers', Sunday Times, 2 February 1997, p. 9.
  • Bassi, Shaul, 'Tutti I razzismi sono uguali', L’Indice dei Libri del Mese, 12 (December 2016), p. 30.
  • Battersby, Eileen, 'Walking in and out of Time Zones', Irish Times, 26 February 1997.
  • Bennie, Angela, Sydney Morning Herald, 23 May 1998, p. 12.
  • Birkerts, Sven, 'Novelist links blood, race in historical surroundings', Washington Times, 1 June 1997, p. B8.
  • Borghino, Jose, 'Poetry After Auschwitz', Australia's Review of Books, May 1997, pp. 3 & 30. Also published in Australian, 14 May 1997.
  • Brandmark, Wendy, 'Scapegoats of the European tribe', Independent, 25 January 1997, p. 7.
  • Braniste, Lili, 'Le cauchemar d'Eva Stern', Lire, February 1999, p. 66.
  • Bristow, Margaret B.S., '"Blood" raises voice against racism', Virginian-Pilot and Ledger-Star, 10 August 1997, p. J2.
  • Chait, Sandra, '"Blood" Links Stories of Race And Time', Seattle Times, 20 July 1997.
  • Christy, Desmond, Guardian, 5 February 1998, p. 17. Extremely short review.
  • Corner, Lena, 'Blood Ties', Big Issue, 3-9 February 1997, p. 31.
  • Craig, Amanda, 'Death and Venice', Jewish Chronicle, 31 January 1997, p. 30.
  • Dabydeen, David, 'A Very English Restraint', Times, 30 January 1997, p. 36.
  • DeCicco, Mary, 'Looking in the faces of racism's victims', Record, 8 June 1997, p. Y9.
  • Desjardins, David, 'Too much preaching slows "Blood" down', Providence Journal, 6 July 1997, p. E8.
  • Dew, Bettye, 'Haunting Story of German Jew', St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 6 July 1997, p. 5F.
  • Duffy, Michael, Times Educational Supplement, 14 February 1997, TES2 p. 8.
  • Dykes, Stephen, 'The big picture', Boston Herald, 24 August 1997, p. 61.
  • Gale, Patrick, 'Emigrants Tied by Race and History', Daily Telegraph, 1 February 1997, p. 4.
  • Gilbert, Matthew, 'Across Time and Cultures: The Bitter Legacy of Hate', Boston Globe, 1 June 1997, p. N22. A shorter version was also published as 'With a sure hand, writer ties tales of Holocaust and Othello together', Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 7 June 1997, p. B2.
  • Hall, Rodney, 'Journey towards death', Sydney Morning Herald, 7 June 1997, p. 11.
  • Hoffert, Barbara, Library Journal, 112.7, 15 April 1997, p. 120.
  • Hopkin, Allanah, Tribune, 2 February 1997, p. 27.
  • Hunter, Joanna, 'A novel Othello', Times, 7 February 1998. Very short review.
  • Jaggi, Maya, 'Barriers of Blood', Guardian, 13 February 1997, p. 12.
  • Johnston, Andrew, Observer, 22 February 1998, p. 16. Very short review.
  • Joseph, Clifton, 'Dissecting Hatred's History', Globe and Mail, 31 May 1997, p. D16.
  • Kalman Naves, Elaine, 'Fueled by Diligence and Passion', Montreal Gazette, 14 June 1997, p. J1.
  • Keates, Jonathan, 'Reader Requirements', TLS, 31 January 1997, p. 21.
  • King, Bruce, Caribbean Writer, 12 (1998), pp. 259-260.
  • King, Francis, 'Four Studies in Prejudice', Spectator, 15 February 1997, p. 31.
  • Leiter, Robert, 'Speaking Volumes: Black-Jewish Relations; The Long Search for Answers', Jewish Exponent, 2 April 1998, p. 3x.
  • Lester, Julius, 'Four-Part Invention', Washington Post, 29 June 1997, p. X7.
  • Lewis, Trevor, Sunday Times, 15 February 1998. Very short review.
  • Lindner, Elsbeth, Jewish Quarterly, 165 (Spring 1997).
  • Lurie, Caroline, 'In cold blood', Australian, 21 June 1997.
  • MacDougall, Carl, 'Web of retreat', Herald, 8 February 1997, p. 11.
  • Mahjoub, Jamal, Wasafiri, 28 (Autumn 1998), pp. 61-62.
  • Mantel, Hilary, 'Black is not Jewish', Literary Review, 1 February 1997, p. 39.
  • Marchand, Philip, 'Tragedy Boils in the Blood', Toronto Star, 24 May 1997, p. K17.
  • Markee, Patrick, 'Blood and Belonging', Nation, 16 June 1997, pp. 29-30.
  • Mars-Jones, Adam, 'The Menace in Venice', Observer, 26 January 1997.
  • Martin, Brian, 'Identifying with racial pride and prejudice', Financial Times, 8 March 1997, p. 5. Short review.
  • McCay, Mary A., 'Skin Games', Times-Picayune, 24 August 1997, p. D6.
  • Much, Rita, 'For Survivors, there's no Sanctuary in Zion', Gazette (Montreal), 17 May 1997.
  • Pizzichini, Lilian, Independent on Sunday, 8 February 1998, p. 34. Short review.
  • Rérolle, Raphaëlle, 'Communauté d'exclus', Monde, 29 January 1999.
  • Robson, David, 'The Moor of Venice Takes a Rewrite', Sunday Telegraph, 9 February 1997, p. 14.
  • Rosenbaum, Thane, 'Damaged Lives Collide in a Haunting Collage', Miami Herald, 25 May 1997.
  • Rubin, Merle, 'The Strange Lives of other people', Wall Street Journal, 21 May 1997, p. A12. Also published in Asian Wall Street Journal, 23 May 1997, p. 11.
  • Rushforth, Peter, Dimensions: A Journal of Holocaust Studies, 11.2.
  • Sarvan, Charles P., World Literature Today, 72.4 (Autumn 1998), p. 888.
  • Schoffman, Stuart, 'What Are we Doing Here?', Jerusalem Report, 7 August 1997.
  • Shapiro, James, 'Diasporas and Desperations', New York Times (Book Review), 25 May 1997, p. 7.
  • Sharkie, Terry, 'Raising the lid on the dark side of life', Belfast News Letter, 2 February 1998, p. 28.
  • Smith, Ali, 'Degrees of Separation in a Cruel World', Scotsman, 25 January 1997, p. 17.
  • Stefanini, Maurizio, Il Foglio, 23 March 2016.
  • Storey, Catherine, 'Locked in the ghettos of the mind', Independent on Sunday, 2 February 1997, p. 27.
  • Sussler, Betsy, Bomb, 60 (1997), p 9.
  • Sütterlin, Georg, 'An den Rändern Europas', Neue Zürcher Zeitung, 23 August 2000, pp. 1-2.
  • Tervonen, Taina, Africultures, September 1999, p. 103.
  • Veale, Scott, New York Times (Book Review), 2 August 1998, p. 28. Very short review.
  • Vigor, June, Booklist, 93.14, 15 March 1997, p. 1204-1205.
  • Vincent, Gertjan, 'Caryl Phillips vertilt zich aan Othello', Trouw, 13 June 1997.
  • Warner, Marina, 'Its Own Dark Styx', London Review of Books, 20 March 1997, pp. 23-24. Also published in her Signs and Wonders: Essays on Literature and Culture (London : Chatto & Windus, 2003).
  • Wright, Sarah, Boston Magazine, 1 May 1997, p. 118.

  • Publishers Weekly, 29 September 2003, p. 44.
  • Daily Mirror, 15 March 2003, p. 56. Very short review.
  • Independent on Sunday, 20 July 2003, p. 18.
  • New York Times, 26 October 2003, p. 26. Also published in New York Times, 7 December 2003, p. 64. Very short review.
  • 'An unlikely couple seek shelter from the brutal chill of northern English attitudes', Kirkus Reviews, 15 August 2003, p. 1041.
  • New York Times (Book Review), 26 October 2003, p. 26. Very short review.
  • International Fiction Review, 32.1&2 (2005), pp. 131-132.
  • Arditti, Michel, Daily Mail, 21 March 2003, p. 56.
  • Armanno, Venero, 'No Comfort in the Best Writing', Courier Mail (Queensland), 14 June 2003.
  • Ascherson, Neal, 'Forbidden Knowledge', New York Review of Books, 51.7, 29 April 2004, pp. 25-26.
  • Beckett, Simon, Observer, 9 May 2004, p. 19. Very short review.
  • Black, Barbara, 'Novel shows the ugly side of modern England', Montreal Gazette, 14 January 2006, p. H5.
  • Carroll, Denolyn, Black Issues Book Review, March 2004, p. 51.
  • Ciolkowski, Laura, 'Charting the emotional terrain of longing, belonging', Boston Globe, 25 January 2004.
  • Clark, Alex, Sunday Times, 9 May 2004, Culture p. 54. Very short review.
  • Creswell, Robyn, 'Driving Miss Dorothy', Newsday, 7 December 2003.
  • Davidson, Max, 'Friends Apart', Sunday Telegraph, 30 March 2003, p. 14.
  • Davis, Alan, 'Dislocations', Hudson Review, 57.2 (Summer 2004), pp. 311-316 (pp. 312-313).
  • de Heus, Hanna, 'We horen hier niet, ze moeten ons niet', Trouw, 17 July 2004.
  • Evans, Diana, 'A Timely Novel of War, Asylum and Loss', Independent, 21 March 2003, p. 19.
  • Evaristo, Bernardine, 'Forging an Unlikely Connection Between England and Africa', Times, 19 March 2003.
  • Ford, Catherine, Age, 31 May 2003, p. 6.
  • Friedman, Paula, 'Fragile Connections in an English Village', Miami Herald, 2 November 2003.
  • Ghirardi, Mara, Il Tolomeo, 9 (2005), pp. 97-98.
  • Gillespie, Kellie, Library Journal, 15 October 2003, p. 99.
  • Heltzel, Ellen Emry, 'Shore Leave', St. Petersburg Times, 9 November 2003, p. 4D. Also published as 'Worlds apart drawn together, united by force of loneliness', Seattle Times, 16 November 2003.
  • Hickling, Alfred, 'Faith and the light', Guardian (Review), 1 May 2004, p. 30. Short review.
  • Horspool, David, 'There's no place like home', Sunday Times, 23 March 2003, p. 48.
  • Ilona, Anthony, 'The Purposeful Silence of the Artist in Full Flight', Wasafiri, 21.1 (March 2006), pp. 72-75. Also a review of Dancing in the Dark.
  • Jivani, Alkarim, Time Out, 16 April 2003, p. 60.
  • Khaleeli, Homa, 'England Has Changed', TLS, 21 March 2003, p. 20.
  • Mantel, Hilary, 'Anyplace, England', Daily Telegraph, 8 March 2003, p. 9.
  • Maristed, Kai, 'Disparate Lives shaped by pain', Los Angeles Times, 26 December 2003, p. E33.
  • Markovits, Benjamin, 'Worlds Apart', New Statesman, 17 March 2003, pp. 54-55.
  • Mathys, Kathy, 'Op de Vlucht voor het leven', De Standaard, 12 August 2004.
  • Mc Cray, Jack, 'Familiar themes delivered with a bigger punch', Post and Courrier, 11 January 2004.
  • Morris, Anne, 'Facing an uncomfortable new world', San Antonio Express-News, 14 December 2003.
  • Peterson, Marie, 'Är det nerverna fröken?', Dagens Nyheter, 21 August 2004.
  • Raymond, Judy, 'Every man is an island', Caribbean Review of Books, 1 (May 2004), pp. 8-9.
  • Richards Cooper, Rand, 'There's No Place That's Home', New York Times, 19 October 2003, p. 12.
  • Sarvan, Charles, International Fiction Review, 32.1&2 (1 January 2005), p. 131.
  • Schwartz, Nils, 'Främmandes blick', Expressen, 11 August 2004.
  • Scott, Joanna, 'The Nature of Refuge', Salmagundi, 143 (Summer 2004), pp. 167-171.
  • Sissons, Amanda, 'In Search of a Sense of Belonging', Sunday Express, 16 March 2003, p. 62.
  • Sjögren, Dan, 'En kvinna i bitar', Norrländska Socialdemokraten, 18 August 2004.
  • Sodergren, Rebecca, 'Displacement and Divides', Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 26 October 2003, p. E5.
  • Taylor, Alan, 'There's no place like home', Sunday Herald, 27 April 2003, p. 11.
  • Taylor, Ihsan, New York Times, 10 April 2005, p. 36. Very short review.
  • Turcotte, Gerry, Sydney Morning Herald, 31 May 2003, p. 20.
  • Venegas Andraca, Salvador Elías, 'Patria, olvido y supervivencia: A Distant Shore de Caryl Phillips', ITESM-CEM Alumni newsletter (Gaceta Ex-A-Tec), April 2005.
  • Walter, Natasha, 'The Sadness of Strangers', Guardian (Review), 15 March 2003, p. 26.
  • Wareing, Laurence, 'Seeking a Life More Ordinary', Herald (Glasgow), 15 March 2003, p. 12.
  • Whetter, Darryl, 'High Tides and missed endings', Globe and Mail, 13 December 2003, p. D23.
  • Wilson, Sue, 'Trials and Tribulations of Seeking Asylum', Scotland on Sunday, 16 March 2003, p. 7.
  • Yearwood, Susan, Sable, 4 (Spring 2004), p. 83.
  • Zaleski, Jeff, Publishers Weekly, 29 September 2003, p. 44.

  • Publishers Weekly, 11 July 2005, p. 56.
  • Kirkus Reviews, 73.12, 15 June 2005, p. 661.
  • San Francisco Chronicle, 2 October 2005, p. F2. Short review.
  • Houston Chronicle, 19 November 2006, p. 21. Extremely short review.
  • Alexis, André, 'The footlights remain dimmed', Globe and Mail, 29 October 2005.
  • Allen, Brooke, 'The Entertainer', New York Times, 2 October 2005, p. G19. Also published in Calgary Herald, 1 October 2005, p. F3, and in International Herald Tribune, 11 October 2005, p. 13.
  • Bailey, Gail, New Zealand Herald, 8 December 2005.
  • Barnes, Jonathan, 'The Entertainer', Literary Review, September 2005, p. 53.
  • Becker, Bastian Balthazar, Kritikon Litterarum, 39.3 (2012), pp. 277-283.
  • Björck, Amelie, 'Stapplande i mörker', Göteborgs-Posten, 16 September 2009.
  • Brett,William, 'A Novel on the Life of Black Comedian Bert Williams', Journal of Blacks in Higher Education, 49 (Autumn, 2005), p. 104.
  • Brett, William, 'Trapped in a shaming role', Spectator, 17 September 2005, p. 46.
  • Brooks, Tim, ARSC Journal, 37.1 (2006), pp. 96-98.
  • Busby, Margaret, 'Man in the Ironic Mask', Independent, 2 September 2005, p. 24.
  • Caines, Michael, 'Corking-up for whitey', TLS, 9 September 2005, p. 21.
  • Capildeo, Vahni, 'Fade to Black', Caribbean Review of Books, 8 (May 2006), pp. 16-21, 32.
  • Carroll, Denolyn, Black Issues Book Review, March-April 2006, p. 26.
  • Coan, Jim, Library Journal, 1 September 2005, p. 134.
  • Collins, Luke, 'A Gathering of Men', Essence, November 2005, p. 94.
  • Cousins, Sally, Sunday Telegraph, 24 September 2006, p. 56. Very short review.
  • Davidson, Max, 'Black humour', Sunday Telegraph, 25 September 2005, p. 15.
  • Davis, Alan, 'A Clear Conscience and a Good Night's Sleep', Hudson Review (Spring 2006), pp. 169-175 (173-174).
  • de Heus, Hanna, 'De act van de domme neger', Trouw, 27 January 2007.
  • Du Bois, Andrew, Harvard Review, 30 (Spring 2006), pp. 192-193.
  • Dunto, Chris, 'Reflection on pain behind the blackface', Sunday Independent (South Africa), 10 December 2005.
  • Eder, Richard, 'The angry sorrow of a life on the stage', Boston Globe, 6 November 2005, p. E8.
  • Eli, Quinn, 'Celebrities and the burden of race', News and Observer, 4 September 2005, p. G4.
  • Ellis, Samantha, Daily Telegraph, 16 September 2006, p. 31. Very short review.
  • Evaristo, Bernardine, 'A Minstrel's Dark Days', Times, 10 September 2005, Books p. 15.
  • Farry, Eithne, Daily Mail, 26 August 2005.
  • Green, Zoë, 'The Black and Black Minstrel Show', Observer, 4 September 2005, p. 15.
  • Hamilton, Sorcha, Irish Times, 28 October 2006, p. 13. Short review.
  • Harris, Roger, 'Minstrel show', Star-Ledger, 11 September 2005, p. 6.
  • Hayes, Mark, 'Playing the Fool Right into Superstardom', Miami Herald, 9 October 2005.
  • Heawood, Jonathan, 'Race and Loneliness', Prospect, 114, September 2005, pp. 66-67.
  • Heltzel, Ellen Emry, '"Dancing in the Dark": A fictionalized life of black vaudevillian', Seattle Times, 7 October 2005.
  • Hoekstra, Dave, 'A black star who danced to his own beat', Chicago Sun-Times, 2 November 2005, p. 59.
  • Holgate, Andrew, Sunday Times, 4 September 2005, Culture p. 53.
  • Housham, Jane, Guardian, 3 September 2006, p. 18. Short review.
  • Ilona, Anthony, 'The Purposeful Silence of the Artist in Full Flight', Wasafiri, 21.1 (March 2006), pp. 72-75. Also a review of A Distant Shore.
  • Jansen, Reamy, 'Ambition, Fate and Folly', Speakeasy, Fall 2005.
  • Jelly-Schapiro, Joshua, 'A comic genius lost under his blackface', San Francisco Chronicle, 25 September 2005.
  • Jivani, Alkarim, Time Out, 28 September 2005, p. 50.
  • Khair, Tabish, 'True Colours', Guardian (Review), 10 September 2005, p. 27.
  • Knol, Aly, 'De dansende, onnozele, neger van Bert Williams', Brabants Dagblad, 19 December 2006.
  • Knox, Malcolm, 'End of a savage era', Sydney Morning Herald, 10 December 2005, p. 20.
  • Koenig, Rhoda, 'The Colour of Funny', Independent, 4 August 2005, p. 45.
  • Laing, Olivia, Observer, 17 September 2006, p. 30. Short review.
  • Larsmo, Ola, 'Alla skrattade – men komikern grät', Dagens Nyheter, 2 January 2007.
  • Laughlin, Nicholas, 'Black as he's painted', Caribbean Beat, 78 (March-April 2006), p. 23.
  • Marchetti, Donna, 'Sad Performer Still a Mystery', Plain Dealer, 18 October 2005, p. E1.
  • McCracken, Elizabeth, 'Shuffling Along', Washington Post, 2 October 2005, p. T05.
  • McCray, Jack, 'Identity at heart of biographical novel', Post and Courier, 20 November 2005.
  • McCuistion, Clay, 'Blackface performer dances between bigotry and dignity', Concord Monitor, 2 October 2005.
  • Morissy, Mary, 'Hovering at the stage door', Irish Times, 17 September 2005, p. 12.
  • Mundow, Anna, 'The American Appetite for Reinvention', Boston Globe, 16 October 2005.
  • Phelan, Laurence, Independent on Sunday, 24 September 2006, p. 30.
  • Pinckney, Darryl, 'Blacking Up', New York Review of Books, 53.12 (13 July 2006), pp. 27-29.
  • Roth Pierpont, Claudia, 'Behind the Mask: On the Minstrel Circuit', New Yorker, 12 December 2005, p. 102.
  • Schobert, Christopher, 'Gray areas of black entertainer's life are skillfully rendered in novelization', Buffalo News, 4 December 2005, p. G6.
  • Seaman, Donna, Booklist, 101.21, 1 July 2005, p. 1878.
  • Seibert, Brian, 'The Troubled Side of Comedy', Threepenny Review, 105 (Spring 2006), pp. 20-21.
  • Silva, Holly, 'Racism as lived by a black entertainer in blackface', St Louis Post-Dispatch, 2 October 2005, p. F8.
  • Sornig, David, 'Crossing the line of art and race', Age, 21 January 2006, p. 28.
  • Tandon, Bharat, 'Paint it Black', Daily Telegraph, 4 September 2005, p. 6.
  • Taylor, Catherine, 'A Face Fit for the New Century', Independent on Sunday, 4 September 2005, p. 19.
  • Tepper, Anderson, Village Voice, 4 October 2005.
  • Tonkin, Boyd, Independent, 15 September 2006, p. 27. Very short review.
  • Wells, Peter, 'Beyond Black', New Zealand Listener, 15-21 October 2005.
  • Wilson, Frank, 'Exploring the torment of a blackface star who was black', Philadelphia Inquirer, 23 October 2005.
  • Wirtén, Per, 'Vitt på svart', Expressen, 30 November 2006.
  • Wright, Ahmad, 'Black performers trapped in masks', Los Angeles Times, 13 December 2005, p. E6.
  • Wright, Ahmad, 'The dark life of theater pioneers: The aspirations, frustrations of two black performers re-imagined', South Florida Sun-Sentinel, 25 December 2005, p. 14.

  • Kirkus Reviews, 77.18, 15 September 2009, p. 11.
  • New Yorker, 9 November 2009, p. 83.
  • Tiroler Tageszeitung, 4 August 2011.
  • Al-Shawaf, Rayyan, 'Black, British and Lost', Globe and Mail, 25 September 2009.
  • Boddy, Kasia, Telegraph, 7 July 2009, p. 24.
  • Cross, Stephanie, Daily Mail, 12 June 2009, p. 60.
  • Davidson, Max, Mail on Sunday, 21 June 2009, p. 12. Very short review.
  • Deb, Siddhartha, 'The Idea of England', Nation, 28 April 2010.
  • Devlin, Paul, San Francisco Chronicle, 29 September 2009.
  • Elm, Ingrid, 'Hjältar i exil: Gripande historia om drunknade drömmar', Dagens Nyheter, 2 February 2011.
  • Eriksson, Magnus, 'Mångbottnat främlingskap', SvD, 24 January 2011.
  • Hannan, Jim, World Literature Today, 82.4 (March-April 2010), pp. 68-69.
  • Hickling, Alfred, Guardian, 12 June 2010, p. 19. Very short review.
  • Hicks, Lance, Anniston Star, 8 November 2009.
  • Hopley, Claire, 'Recalling racism of 1960s England', Washington Times, 31 August 2009, p. A19.
  • Hungerford, Amy, 'Cold Fiction', Yale Review, 99.1 (January 2011), pp. 168-175.
  • Johansson, David, Kulturdelen, 22 January 2011.
  • McDowell, Lesley, Independent, 13 June 2010.
  • Monda, Antonio, 'L'orgoglio etnico lontano dai pregiudizi', La Repubblica, 2 April 2011.
  • Parker, Peter, 'Things Fall Apart'; Sunday Times, 31 May 2009, p. 48.
  • Seaman, Donna, Booklist, 106.2, 15 September 2009, p. 29.
  • Sethi, Anita, 'Home and away', Independent, 22 May 2009, Arts & Books, p. 26; published online as 'Caryl Phillips: "I prefer not to raise my head above the parapet"', Independent, 22 May 2009.
  • Shilling, Jane, 'A Middling Midlife Crisis', Scotsman, 20 June 2009. Also published as 'Romance, race, and a very sad midlife crisis', Evening Standard, 28 May 2009, p. 32.
  • Sjögren, Dan, 'När otroheten startar ett kaos', Norrländska Socialdemokraten, 21 January 2011.
  • Souster, Tim, 'Once a young man', TLS, 3 July 2009, p. 21.
  • Tayler, Christopher, 'Dislocation, dislocation, dislocation', Guardian (Review), 30 May 2009, p. 10.
  • Turpin, Adrian, Financial Times (Weekend Supplement – Life & Arts), 27 June 2009, p. 17.
  • Urquhart, James, Financial Times, 19 June 2010, p. 19. [Web version: 21 June]
  • Wirtén, Per, ''Något har tagit slut', Expressen, 20 January 2011.
  • Zipp, Yvonne, Christian Science Monitor, 2 October 2009.

  • Booklist, 1 January 2015.
  • Bookpage, March 2015.
  • Kirkus Review, 10 March 2015.
  • The Press and Journal, 19 April 2015.
  • Publishers Weekly, 2015.
  • The Tablet, 13 June 2015, p. 20.
  • Baker Kline, Christina, Yale Alumni Magazine, January-February 2016.
  • Carless, Laura, Irish Examiner, 18 April 2015.
  • Clark, Alex, 'Women Go Off the Rails', Spectator, 18 April 2015.
  • Gallagher, Drew, 'The Lost Child a brilliant, textured tale', Free Lance-Star, 25 June 2016.
  • Huber, Sam, 'Hewn in a Wild Workshop', The Brooklyn Rail: Critical Perspectives on Arts, Politics, and Culture, July-August 2015.
  • McEwen, Todd, Herald Scotland, 25 April 2015.
  • Miller, Lucasta, 'The Lost Child by Caryl Phillips Review: From Heathcliff to the 1960s’, Guardian, 18 April 2015.
  • Polatti, Alessia, Iperstoria – Testi Letterature, 7 (Spring 2016), pp. 200-203. In Italian.
  • Prentiss Campbell, Ellen, Washington Independent Review of Books, 23 March 2015.
  • Pritchard, William H., 'Fiction Chronicle', Hudson Review, 68.2 (Summer 2015), pp. 343-351 (346-347).
  • Renard Allen, Jeffery, 'Foundlings' Tale', New York Times: Sunday Book Review, 10 May 2015, p. BR27.
  • Simon, Linda, 'In The Lost Child, Caryl Phillips Reweaves Wuthering Heights with a More Modern Dark Thread’, Kansas City Star, 6 March 2015.
  • Smallwood, Christine, 'New Books', Harper's, March 2015, p. 79.
  • Smith, Wendy, Boston Globe, 21 March 2015.
  • Stefanova, na, Wasafiri, 31.4 (Winter 2016), pp. 97-98.
  • Stoneman, Patsy, Brontë Studies, 41.3 (September 2016), pp. 274-275.
  • Sutherland, John, Times, 21 March 2015.
  • Sutherland, Kathryn, 'Reading Well with Caryl Phillips', Times Literary Supplement, 22 April 2015.
  • Timms, Emily Kate, Moving Worlds, 15.2 (2015), pp. 115-117.
  • Upchurch, Michael, 'The Lost Child: An Homage (of sorts) to Wuthering Heights', Seattle Times, 20 March 2015.
  • Williams, Holy, 'Wuthering Lows', Independent, 2 May 2015.
  • Woodward, Gerard, 'Wuthering Heights Relives in Post-war Britain', Independent, 26 March 2015.

  • Library Journal, December 2017, p. 62.
  • Kirkus Review, April 2018.
  • Publishers Weekly, May 2018.
  • Texarkana Gazette, 2 June 2018.
  • Alfree, Claire, Daily Mail, 28 June 2018.
  • Atkins, Lucy, 'Jean Rhys before she made it big', The Sunday Times, 17 June 2018.
  • Black, Hannah, 4columns, 18 May 2018.
  • Boyd, William, 'Two Writers Haunted by their Caribbean Past', New York Times, 22 June 2018.
  • Brownrigg, Sylvia, Yale Alumni Magazine, July/August 2019.
  • Burke, Jeffrey, Mail on Sunday, 17 June 2018.
  • Ditum, Sarah, 'Caryl Phillips's new novel manages to make Jean Rhys boring!', The Spectator, 14 July 2018.
  • Gaylord, Joan, '"A View of the Empire at Sunset" uses author Jean Rhys to explore "otherness"', Christian Science Monitor, 13 June 2018.
  • Johnson, Erica, 'Writing an Outpost of the British Empire: Caryl Phillips and Jean Rhys', Los Angeles Review of Books, 12 July 2018.
  • Kay, Jennifer, 'New novel fleshes out Jean Rhys' troubled life', Daily Herald, 29 May 2018. Also published in Daily Star (Lebanon), 11 June 2018.
  • Lock Swingen, Michael, 'On A View of the Empire at Sunset by Caryl Phillips', Kenyon Review, October 2018.
  • Lowry, Elizabeth, 'A Perfectly Respectable Lady: The Bowdlerization of Jean Rhys', Harper's Magazine, May 2018.
  • Mc Ewen, Todd, Sunday Herald, 3 June 2018.
  • Mesler, Corey, Memphis Flyer, 21 June 2018.
  • Millar, Sharon, 'Jean Rhys's conflicted Caribbean soul', The Guardian, 27 July 2018.
  • Murphy, Siobhan, 'The turbulent life of Jean Rhys', The Times, 30 June 2018.
  • Oliver, Sophie, 'The blunt edge of privilege', Times Literary Supplement, 22 June 2018, pp. 21-22.
  • Sacks, Sam, 'Fiction Chronicle: Under West Indian Eyes', The Wall Street Journal, 18 May 2018.
  • Savory, Elaine, Review: Literature and Arts of the Americas, 51.2 (2018), pp. 315-317.
  • Seymour, Miranda, The Guardian, 3 July 2018.
Non-Fiction

  • 'What a sour diatribe', Sunday Express, 8 February 1987.
  • Brentford & Chiswick Times, 20 February 1987.
  • Jewish Chronicle (20 February 1987).
  • Cosmopolitan (March 1987), p. 157.
  • Time Out (8 April 1987).
  • Publishers Weekly (22 May 1987), p. 62.
  • 'Bridging the vast gulf between Europe and America', Kansas City Star, 27 September 1987, p. 9E.
  • Ebony, October 1987, p. 27.
  • Black Enterprise, December 1987, p. 21. Very short review.
  • City Limits, 3 March 1988.
  • Observer, 6 March 1988.
  • Ackroyd, Peter, 'Travels of a black Englishman', Times, 12 February 1987.
  • Andenaes, Ulf, 'Norsk fremmedkontroll verst', Aftenposten, 20 February 1987, p. 13.
  • Bery, Ashok, 'Sudden Departures', TLS, 10 April 1987, p. 396.
  • Binding, Paul, 'The European man's burden', Listener (February 1987), pp. 25-26.
  • Black, Ian, Herald (Scotland), 15 May 1993. Short review.
  • Blishen, Edward, 'Some European tribal rites', Guardian, 13 February 1987, p. 16.
  • Campbell, Alec, 'Travels with a chauvinist prig', Today, 22 February 1987.
  • Clough, Mark, 'Racism in Europe', Western Morning News, 14 March 1987.
  • Cooper, Carolyn, 'Naipaulian Anxieties', Race Today, 17.5 (June-July 1987), pp. 21-22. Also in Wasafiri, 6-7 (Autumn 1987), pp. 45-46.
  • Cull, Mervyn, 'Traveller finds little happiness', New Zealand Herald, 12 September 1987.
  • D'Aguiar, Fred, Artrage, 16 (Spring 1987), pp. 25-26.
  • Gettler, Warren, 'Encounters with "The European Tribe"', International Herald Tribune, 21-22 February 1987, p. 16.
  • Gill, John, 'Europe's Shame', Time Out (11-18 February 1987), p. 33.
  • Graeber, Laurel, New York Times (Book Review), 2 May 1993, p. 28. Very short review.
  • Gurnah, Abdulrazak, 'Going Between', Literary Review, February 1987, pp. 48-49.
  • Hall, W.E., 'Obsession with colour', Birmingham Post, 12 February 1987.
  • Harris, Roger, 'Unsentimental journey', Star Ledger, 27 July 1987.
  • Haskins, Jim, '"European Tribe": Touring the white continent', Gainesville Sun, 9 June 1987.
  • Hitchens, Christopher, 'A Product of Empire Views the White Tribes', Newsday, 15 July 1987. Also published as 'The short story of a long journey', Philadelphia Inquirer, 27 July 1987, p. 4E.
  • Hull, Laurence, Library Journal, 112.12 (1 July 1987), p. 79.
  • Johnson, Charles R., Los Angeles Times (Book Review), 19 July 1987, pp. 3, 11.
  • Jor, Finn, 'Den europeiske stammen', Aftenposten, 2 May 1987, p. 6.
  • Kerridge, Roy, 'Continental snapshots', London Daily News, 19 March 1987.
  • Kitchen, Margaret, 'Taking roots – the great European tribe', Daily Post, 5 February 1987.
  • Lee, Andrea, 'Into the White Continent', New York Times (Book Review), 9 August 1987, p. 7.
  • Lehmann-Haupt, Christopher, New York Times (Book Review), 27 July 1987, p. C20. Also published as 'A search for identity in "The European Tribe"', Des Moines Sunday Register, 23 August 1987.
  • Lindsey, Lydia, Journal of Black Studies, 20.1 (September 1989), pp. 113-115.
  • MacCurtain, Austin, Sunday Times, 6 March 1988.
  • Morris, Jan, 'A traveller in an antique land', Independent, 20 February 1987, p. 15.
  • Mousavizadeh, Nader Alexander, 'The Unkindness of Strangers', Transition, 61 (1993), pp. 134-142.
  • O'Rourke, Donny, Herald, 9 January 1999, p. 60.
  • Parris, Matthew, 'Taking a black view of culture', Sunday Times, 15 February 1987.
  • Partington, Dave, 'European racism', Wolverhampton Chronicle, 20 February 1987. Also published in Walsall Chronicle, 27 February 1987, p. 2
  • Pickering, Paul, 'Grand tour', New Society, 13 February 1987, p. 28.
  • Raban, Jonathan, 'Continental Divide', Observer, 8 February 1987, p. 28.
  • Reisz, Matthew J., 'The European exclusion zone', Hampstead & Highgate Express, 13 March 1987.
  • Reovan, Leslie, Caribbean Writer, 2 (1988), pp. 89-90.
  • Rubin, Merle, 'Racial Undertones in European Attitudes', Christian Science Monitor, 19 August 1987, p. 22.
  • Searle, Chris, 'Black writer's flawed view of Europe', Morning Star, 2 April 1987.
  • Simmons, Ann M., Caribbean Times, 20 February 1987, p. 33.
  • Simmons, Ann M., 'The Truth is an Offence', Caribbean Times, 27 February 1987, p. 35.
  • Sundvall, Herbert, 'Touring Europe', Seattle Times / Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 4 October 1987, p. L 7.
  • Walsh, John, 'A bit of a wander', London Evening Standard, 26 February 1987.
  • Washington, Laura, 'Still invisible', Chicago Tribune, 19 July 1987, section 14, pp. 5, 9.
  • Wilson, Calvin, 'Black British Novelist Finds Racism Alive on the Continent', Kansas City Star, 27 September 1987, p. 9E.
  • Wood, James, 'Europe, the black man's burden', The Times, 9 April 1988.

  • TLS, 18 July 1997, p. 33.
  • Publishers Weekly, 16 November 1998, p. 55.
  • The Tablet, 13 September 1997, p. 17.
  • Bush, Vanessa, Booklist, 15 December 1998, p. 721.
  • Fraser, Nicholas, 'They came, they saw ... they wanted to go home again', Observer, 5 April 1997, p. 17.
  • Friedman, Mary, 'Optimism and dismay in incomers' chronicles of Britain', Scotsman, 19 May 1997, p. 17.
  • Goldman, Jane, Research in African Literatures, 29.4 (Winter 1998), pp. 174-178.
  • Gross, John, 'The unEnglishness of English Literature', Daily Telegraph, 3 May 1997.
  • Howard, Jennifer, 'Mother Tongue, Other Tongues', Washington Post, 14 February 1999, p. X6.
  • Howe, Darcus, New Statesman, 18 April 1997, p. 23.
  • Iyer, S.R.B., '"Strangers" does not live up to its outsider premise', Columbus Dispatch, 19 September 1999, p. 6F.
  • Jays, David, 'Disenchantment with a Promised Land', Financial Times, 10 May 1997, p. 5.
  • Jones, Mary Paumier, Library Journal, 1 December 1998, p. 105.
  • King, Bruce, World Literature Today, 73.4 (Autumn 1999), p. 832-833.
  • Lewis, Trevor, Sunday Times, 26 April 1998. Short review.
  • Lindsey, Emma, Observer, 26 April 1998, p. 18.
  • Lively, Adam, 'Black and Blue 'neath Skies of Grey: Adam Lively Meets the Lonely Londoners', Independent, 31 May 1997, p. 7.
  • Manguel, Alberto, 'Include me Out', Spectator, 2 August 1997, p. 31.
  • Massie, Allan, 'Not Quite the real Macaulay', Daily Telegraph, 3 May 1997, p. A4.
  • Merali, Shaheen, Third Text, 12.43 (January 1998), pp. 105-111.
  • Roberts, John, 'Tennis books for Christmas', Independent, 14 December 1999, p. 24. Very short review.
  • Stapleton, J., 'Englishness, Britishness, and patriotism in recent political thought and historiography', British Journal of Politics and International Relations, April 1999, pp. 119-130.
  • Thieme, John, 'Does anyone Belong to a Hybrid Nation?', Literary Review, 1 May 1997, p. 51.
  • Upchurch, Michael, 'Caryl Phillips to Speak at Arts Lectures', Seattle Times, 28 February 1999.
  • Vakil, Ardashir, 'Going Home from Home', Times, 1 May 1997, p. 40.
  • Vincent, Gertjan, 'De gastvrijheid van de Engelse inboorling', Trouw, 27 March 1999.
  • Warwick, Ronald, 'The Moor's Perpetual Sigh', Times Higher Education Supplement, 18 July 1997, p. 23.

  • 'Women's tennis was big even 70 years ago', Toronto Star, 11 August 1999, p. 1.
  • Independent, 15 December 1999. Very short review.
  • Attwood, Alan, 'Smash and Grunt', Age, 6 November 1999, p. 10.
  • Davidar, David, 'This Book is an Ace', Hindu, 22 August 1999.
  • Edworthy, Sarah, 'It's Lonely Being a Champ', Daily Telegraph, 26 June 1999.
  • Howard, Jennifer, 'Net gains', Washington Post, 26 September 1999, p. X10.
  • Iyer, S.R.B., 'Tennis history poorly served by anthology', Columbus Dispatch, 26 September 1999, p. 7H.
  • Leader, Zachary, 'Diving to Make a Point', TLS, 23 July 1999, p. 6.
  • Martin, James, Tennis, 1 June 2002, p. 16.
  • Miller, Barry X., Library Journal, 15 May 1999, p. 101.
  • Morris, Rebecca, Independent, 30 August 1999, p. 8.
  • Pitt, Nick, 'Centre-court dramas', Sunday Times, 4 July 1999.
  • Said, Edward, 'John McEnroe plus Anyone', London Review of Books, 1 July 1999, pp. 34-35.
  • Scammel, William, 'Grace, sweat and money', Spectator, 26 June 1999, p. 42.
  • Thompson-Noel, Michael, 'Outsiders play on the inside track', Financial Times, 12 June 1999, p. 4.
  • Truss, Lynne, 'Game, set and match for literary tennis lovers', Times, 17 June 1999, p. 42.

  • 'Ethnic Identity: A Novel Eye', Economist, 17 June 2000, pp. 12-13.
  • El Ciervo, 51.612 (March 2002), p. 42.
  • Publishers Weekly, 18 September 2000, p. 95.
  • New York Times (Book Review), 5 November 2000, p. 34. Extremely short review.
  • New Yorker, 20 November 2000, p. 102.
  • Adebayo, Diran, 'Africa and "home"', Times, 11 May 2000.
  • Alibhai-Brown, Yasmin, 'Three Sides to the Story', Observer, 21 May 2000, p. 12.
  • Asim, Jabari, 'The Unfree Market', Washington Post, 24 December 2000, p. T09. A shorter version was also published as 'History's undertow', Star-Ledger, 24 December 2000, p. 4, and a different version appeared as 'On the 3-cornered Course of Slavery', Chicago Sun-Times, 7 January 2001, p. 13.
  • Baker, Martha, 'Author Recounts Experiences in Slave-trade Cities, Then and Now', St Louis Post-Dispatch, 22 October 2000, p. F10.
  • Battersby, Eileen, 'An Emigrant Ponders the Nations his People Built', Irish Times, 27 May 2000, p. 69.
  • Bond, Victoria, Black Issues Book Review, November-December 2000, p. 49.
  • Brown, R.T., Choice, 1 March 2001.
  • Chisholm, Kate, 'A guilt-edged freedom', Evening Standard, 22 May 2000, p. 60. Also published as 'Slave trade stories fail to tell the whole tale', Sunday Herald, 28 May 2000, p. 11, and 'On the trail of a sullied past', Yorkshire Post, 1 June 2000, p. 14.
  • Dabydeen, David, 'Aboard the Banana Boat: David Dabydeen Follows Caryl Phillips on a Bleak and Despairing Voyage through the Diaspora', Independent on Sunday, 11 June 2000, p. 50.
  • de Jonge, Nienke, 'Zwarten uit alle windstreken, op zoek naar hun identiteit', Trouw, 30 December 2000.
  • Dennis, Ferdinand, 'A Symphony of Human Suffering', Independent, 30 May 2000, p. 5.
  • Dugan, Penny, 'The Atlantic Sound, and: Irish on the Inside: In Search of the Soul of Irish America', Fourth Genre: Explorations in Nonfiction, 5.2 (Fall 2003), pp. 160-162.
  • Gard, Andrew, 'History of Triangle Trade Lacks Analysis', Columbus Dispatch, 18 February 2001, p. 7F.
  • Giralt Torrente, Marcos, 'La Necesidad del Origen', El país, 13 July 2002, p. 8.
  • Heller, Amanda, Boston Globe, 24 December 2000, p. L2.
  • Ho, David, 'Disunited Children of Slavery: Attempts to come to terms with the slave trade diaspora leave both the author and reader adrift', Financial Times, 13 May 2000, p. 5.
  • Hooper, Brad, Booklist, 97.1, 1 September 2000, p. 62.
  • Ippolito, Emilia, Wasafiri, 33 (Spring 2001), pp. 85-86.
  • King, Bruce, World Literature Today, 74.4 (Autumn 2000), p. 797.
  • Longmore, Zenga, 'Show me the way to go home', Spectator, 23 September 2000, p. 59.
  • McCormack, Edward G., Library Journal, 1 October 2000, p. 122.
  • Mishra, Pankaj, 'You Can't Go Home Again', New York Review of Books, 26 April 2001, pp. 49-51.
  • Moorhouse, Geoffrey, 'African Connection', New York Times (Book Review), 29 October 2000, p. 12.
  • Morales, Donald, Literary Griot, 12.2 (Fall 2000).
  • Nickson, Keith, 'A coming to terms', Toronto Star, 17 December 2000, p. D15.
  • Ors, Javier, 'Caryl Phillips busca el origen cultural de los esclavos desarraigados en "El sonido del Atlántico"', La Razón, 22 November 2001, p. 30.
  • Salter Reynolds, Susan, Los Angeles Times (Book Review), 15 October 2000, p. 11.
  • Sattin, Anthony, Sunday Times, 2 July 2000.
  • Sattin, Anthony, 'One step beyond', Sunday Times, 26 November 2000. Very short review.
  • Sharpe, Sydney, 'Slave Trade's Triangle of Death', Calgary Herald, 5 February 2001.
  • Smith, Ali, 'Slaves to the Past', Scotsman, 27 May 2000, p. 10.
  • Spurling, Hilary, 'When the Slave Trade Becomes the Tourist Trade', Daily Telegraph, 10 June 2000.
  • Tate, Greg, 'Land of the Lost', Village Voice, 18-24 October 2000, p. 81.
  • Walter, John C., '"Atlantic Sound" retraces path of the slave trade', Seattle Times, 12 November 2000.
  • Walters, Colin, 'Voyaging to Find Traces of the Old Slave Route', Washington Times, 19 November 2000, p. B6.
  • Walton, Anthony, 'Diaspora Blues', TLS, 26 May 2000, p. 29.
  • Winder, Robert, 'A Road to Nowhere', New Statesman, 29 May 2000, pp. 52-53.
  • Younge, Gary, 'Home Run', Guardian, 27 May 2000, p. 8.

A New World Order

  • Kirkus Reviews, 70.5, 1 March 2002, p. 315.
  • Publishers Weekly, 249.148, 8 April 2002, p. 221.
  • Abbany, Zulfikar, 'Home Truths from a Man of the World', Independent, 1 November 2001, p. 5.
  • Allen, Patricia, Northern Echo, 5 February 2002, p. 10.
  • Brown, Jen, 'Essays offer portraits of the gray tones', U-Wire (University Wire), 20 April 2002. Also published as 'Portraits of the Gray Tones', Daily Iowan, 8 May 2002, p. 9.
  • Clark, Alex, Sunday Times, 30 December 2001.
  • Dalleo, Peter Raphael, Sargasso: A Journal of Caribbean Literature, Language and Culture, 2002.2, pp. 143-146.
  • Deb, Siddharta, 'On Belonging: From Leeds to Naipaul', Financial Times, 20 October 2001.
  • Edemariam, Aida, 'Rites of Passage', TLS, 21 December 2001, p. 23.
  • Elborough, Travis, Sunday Times, 5 January 2003, p. 46.
  • Freeman, John, San Francisco Chronicle, 2 June 2002, p. 4.
  • Garner, Mandy, 'Artists Struggling to Find the I-and-I', review of A New World Order (a.o.), Times Higher Educational Supplement, 15 November 2002, p. 27.
  • Howard, Jennifer, Washington Post, 19 May 2002, p. T11. Short review.
  • King, Bruce, World Literature Today, 76.2 (Spring 2002), p. 131.
  • Laughlin, Nicholas, Trinidad and Tobago Review, July 2002.
  • Longmore, Zenga, 'To Belong or Not To Belong', Spectator, 1 December 2001, p. 47.
  • Mahamdallie, Hassan, 'Far From Home', Socialist Review, 259 (January 2002).
  • McLaurin, David, The Tablet, 23 November 2002, p. 25.
  • Moore, Lorrie, 'The Long Voyage Home', New York Review of Books, 10 October 2002, pp. 33-35.
  • Naoko, Ueno, 'Kita no kanivaru', Eigo Seinen/Rising Generation, 148.7 (October 2002), p. 445.
  • Phillips, Mike, 'Re-Writing Black Britain', Wasafiri, 36 (Summer 2002), pp. 62-64 (esp. p. 64).
  • Samiuddin, Osman, 'Multicultural Landscapes', Dawn, 6 April 2003.
  • Schultz, Ben, 'Phillips novel explains origins and examines order', Daily Cardinal, 10 September 2002.
  • Seaman, Donna, Booklist, 15 May 2003, p. 1568.

  • 'Foreigners', Kirkus Reviews, 15 September 2007, p. 956.
  • 'Black Men in England', Spectator, 19 September 2007, pp. 64-65.
  • Brett, William, 'Black Men in England', Spectator, 22 September 2007.
  • Sunday Herald, 28 September 2008, p. 33.
  • Booklist, 1 January & 15 January 2008, p. 9.
  • New Yorker, 14 January 2008, p. 83.
  • Sunday Times, 31 August 2008, p. Culture 48. Very short review.
  • Bailey Nurse, Donna, 'Oh, to be black in England', Globe and Mail, 5 January 2008, p. D10.
  • Benedyk, Mika Ono, 'Foreign exchange', Essence, 1 October 2007, p. 94.
  • Benfey, Christopher, 'A Close Shave', New Republic, 11 February 2008, pp. 28-30.
  • Bolger, Dermot, 'A triptych of tragic lives', Irish Times, 6 October 2007, p. 10.
  • Busby, Margaret, 'Three Hundred Years of Solitude', Independent, 21 September 2007, p. 22.
  • Carretta, Vincent, 'Unhappy Endings Made in England', Washington Post, 5 February 2008.
  • Chatterjee, Amal, 'Is die zwarte je bediende?', Trouw, 12 December 2009.
  • Cheney, Matthew, 'No Direction Home: The Novel as Betrayal', New Haven Review, 2 (May 2008), pp. 25-28.
  • Christensen, Kate, Publishers Weekly, 10 September 2007, p. 38.
  • Cheuse, Alan, 'Novellas by West Indies native illuminate 200 years if English xenophobia', Chicago Tribune, 10 November 2007.
  • Cross, Stephanie, Daily Mail, 14 September 2007, p. 66. Short review.
  • Darda, Joe, '"Foreigners": Caryl Phillips explores 200 years of black history in Britain', Daily of the University of Washington, 4 December 2008.
  • Denman Flanery, Patrick, 'Voiceless Views', TLS, 21 September 2007, p. 21.
  • Dixler, Elsa, New York Times, 14 December 2008. Very short review.
  • Farrar, Max, Journal of the Historical Society of Nigeria, 24 (2015), pp. 150-153.
  • Fertile, Candace, 'Examining the other side of life', Edmonton Journal, 23 December 2007, p. E12.
  • Fischer, Michael, 'Book, at times clumsily, eyes British racism', San Antonio Express-News, 14 December 2007. Also published in slightly different form as 'Foreigners' sad stories tell of the marginalized', Worcester Telegram and Gazette, 30 December 2007, and as 'Three blacks in a hostile world', Miami Herald, 1 January 2008, p. E9.
  • Flanery, Patrick Denman, 'Voiceless views’, TLS, 21 September 2007, p. 21.
  • Gallagher, Drew, 'Do British Blacks still face racism?', Free Lance-Star, 13 January 2008.
  • Gillet, Lucie, 'Foreigness or Englishness?', Acta Scientiarum Language and Culture, 30.1 (2008), pp. 111-112.
  • Goodheart, Adam, 'The Outsiders', New York Times, 23 December 2007, p. F6.
  • Hannaham, James, 'Moors Unmoored', Village Voice, 16 October 2007.
  • Hoby, Hermione, Observer (Review), 19 October 2008, p. 25.
  • Horspool, David, 'Outcasts of the island', Times, 9 September 2007, Culture p. 54.
  • Inman, Jessica, 'Three Ordinary Lives', Bookpage, November 2007, p. 6.
  • Iyer, Pico, 'Black and Blue', Time, 1 October 2007, p. 62.
  • Lammy, David, 'It's cold outside', Guardian, 25 August 2007, p. 9.
  • Marchand, Phillip, 'A trio of outsiders in an inhospitable land', Toronto Star, 25 November 2007, p. ID05.
  • McCray, Jack, 'Author looks at humanity of immigrants', Post and Courier, 23 December 2007.
  • McGillis, Ian, 'British and Black', Montreal Gazette, 19 January 2008, p. J4.
  • Morton, Brian, Sunday Herald, 18 August 2007.
  • Mosher, Howard Frank, 'A Triptych of diaspora, despair, and a little hope', Boston Globe, 30 December 2007, p. D5.
  • Murphy, R.J., Age of Johnson, 19 (2009), pp. 313-314.
  • Murphy, Siobhan, Metro, 29 August 2007.
  • Rahim, Sameer, Daily Telegraph, 25 October 2008.
  • Rowlandson, Pru, Time Out, 10 October 2007, p. 57.
  • Seaman, Donna, Booklist, 1 September 2007, p. 6.
  • Sethi, Anita, 'My Story is Bigger than this Island', The Herald, 29 September 2007, pp. 12-13.
  • Shalan, Aimee, Guardian (Review), 30 August 2008, p. 20.
  • Somerville, Alexis, 'Caryl Phillips filling in the gaps', Aesthetica, 19, October-November 2007, pp. 8 and 9.
  • Upshaw, Reagan, 'European black men are foreigners in their own lands', San Francisco Chronicle, 28 October 2007.
  • Weeks, Jerome, 'Invisible Men', New York Sun, 31 October 2007, p. 19.
  • Weinman, Sarah, Time Out New York, 25-31 October 2007.
  • Widger, Tom, Sunday Tribune, 31 August 2008. Very short review.

  • Publishers Weekly, 7 March 2011.
  • Kirkus Reviews, 15 April 2011.
  • Ahad, Nick, 'Powerful essay collection explores notions of identity', Yorkshire Post, 12 August 2011.
  • Becker, Bastian Balthazar, 'A Darker World Order', sx salon, 7 (December 2011).
  • Briggs, Joanna, Wasafiri, Young London Writes, September 2014, p. 47.
  • Epstein, Robert, 'Notes from a small-minded island', Independent, 14 August 2011, p. 64.
  • Hensher, Philip, 'The art of the essay', Prospect, October 2011, p. 83.
  • Kerrigan, Michael, Scotsman, 3 September 2011. Very short review.
  • Shackle, Samira, 'The Enigma of Arrival', New Statesman, 15 August 2011, p. 55.
  • Wren Spaulding, Holly, ForeWord Reviews (May-June 2011).
  • Yeates, Robert A., Black Scholar, 41.4 (Winter 2011), pp. 59-60.

Stage Plays

Strange Fruit

  • Amateur Stage, May 1982.
  • Bartholomew, Kelroy, Voice, 4 December 1982, p. 21.
  • de Jongh, Nicholas, Guardian, 15 November 1982, p. 11.
  • Flint, Stella, Daily Telegraph, 1 September 1983, p. 13.
  • Gilmore, Mike, 'Savagely powerful', The Stage and Television Today, 13 January 1983, p. 11.
  • Wakefield, Mayer, 'A sour taste of the Black British Experience', Morning Star, 29 June 2019.

Strange Fruit (Revival at the Bush Theatre in 2019

  • The Stage, 20 June 2019, p. 17.
  • Billington, Michael, 'Caryl Phillips' immigrant family feel the heat', Guardian, 18 June 2019.
  • Hitchings, Henry, 'Strange Fruit review: A family trapped in the no-man's land between cultures', Standard, 18 June 2019.
  • Marlowe, Sam, Times, 19 June 2019.
  • Waugh, Rosemary, Time Out, 18 June 2019.

Where There Is Darkness

  • Barber, John, 'Albert, a man at war with the world', Daily Telegraph, 11 February 1982.
  • Carne, Rosalind, Financial Times, 11 February 1982, p. 21.
  • Coaston, Kathi, 'The Women in his life', Westindian World, 19 February 1982, p. 7.
  • de Jongh, Nicholas, Guardian, 10 February 1982, p. 11.
  • Dennis, Tony, The Leveller, 19 February – 4 March 1982, p. 25.
  • Fenton, James, 'Bad Apple: A taste of the policemans lot', Sunday Times, 14 February 1982.
  • King, Francis, Sunday Telegraph, 14 February 1982.
  • Marriott, R.B., The Stage, 18 February 1982.
  • Martin, Susie, 'Inside England', City Limits, 5 November 1982.
  • Nightingale, Benedict, New Statesman, 19 February 1982, p. 30.
  • Radin, Victoria, 'Coppers at the Court', Observer, 14 February 1982, p. 28.
  • Reckord, Michael, 'Caryl Phillips' play given fine reading', The Gleaner, 1 November 1996.
  • Rodrigues, Fay, Westindian World, 19 February 1982, p. 7.
  • Wardle, Irving, 'Lead part, but no character', Times, 10 February 1982, p. 9.

The Shelter

  • Sunday Times, 9 September 1983.
  • Barber, John, 'Sympathy without argument', Daily Telegraph, 6 September 1987.
  • Bardsley, Barney, 'On the Wright Track', City Limits, 2-8 September 1983, p. 15.
  • Billington, Michael, Guardian, 6 September 1983, p. 9.
  • Coveney, Michael, Financial Times, 7 September 1983, p. 17.
  • Emmanus, Brenda, 'Rudolph takes Shelter', Voice, 10 September 1983, p. 23.
  • Hewison, Robert, 'The Glory of Punishment', on The Shelter a.o., Sunday Times, 11 September 1983.
  • Hudson, Christopher, 'Stranded with Woman Friday', Standard, 6 September 1983.
  • Marriott, R.B., 'Message in black and white', The Stage and Television Today, 22 September 1983, p. 11.
  • Masters, Anthony, Times, 7 September 1983, p. 12.
  • Rodrigues, Fay, Artrage, 5 (Autumn 1983), p. 33.
  • Yarde, Rosalind, 'Black against white... past and present', Acton Gazette, 15 September 1983.

  • 'Rough Crossings: New adaptation by Caryl Phillips from book by Simon Schama', Theatre Record, 27.20 (2007), pp. 1107-1108.
  • Independent, 10 September 2007. Extremely short review.
  • Independent, 13 October 2007. Short review.
  • Ahad, Nick, Yorkshire Post, 9 November 2007.
  • Bassett, Kate, 'The dancing spectres have taken over the asylum', Independent, 7 October 2007, p. 57. Very short review.
  • Berkowitz, Gerald, Stage, 1 October 2007.
  • Billington, Michael, Guardian, 2 October 2007, p. 38.
  • Butler, Adrian, Liverpool Echo, 18 October 2007.
  • Clapp, Susannah, 'Not enough wit, not enough grit', Observer (Review), 7 October 2007, p. 17. Published online as '... not enough grit'.
  • Darlington, Susan, 'Teasing out morally grey areas', Morning Star, 14 November 2007.
  • de Jongh, Nicholas, 'Slow Drifts on a Choppy Voyage', Evening Standard, 1 October 2007, p. 43.
  • Fricker, Karen, Daily Variety, 2 October 2007.
  • Gardner, Lyn, Guardian, 8 September 2007, p. 38.
  • Goodland, Pete, Independent, 26 November 2007, p. 22.
  • Graham, Clive, 'Just a history lesson', Morning Star, 3 October 2007.
  • Grimley, Terry, 'Made of the write stuff', Birmingham Post, 14 September 2007, p. 13. Published online as 'Rough Stuff from History', Birmingham Post, 14 September 2007.
  • Hemmings, Sarah, Financial Times, 22 September 2007, p. 19.
  • Hemmings, Sarah, Financial Times, 1 October 2007, p. 19. [online version 30 September 2007]
  • Hutchinson, Charles, Press, 16 November 2007.
  • Key, Phil, 'A story that was begging to be told', Liverpool Daily Post, 12 October 2007.
  • Lichtig, Toby, 'Brigs of dread', TLS, 26 October 2007, p. 18.
  • Marlowe, Sam, Times, 2 October 2007, p. 20.
  • McGinn, Caroline, Time Out, 3 October 2007, p. 145.
  • Otas, Belinda, 'Theatre: A Slavery Journey', New Black Magazine, 3 October 2007.
  • Peter, John, Sunday Times, 7 October 2007, Culture p. 19.
  • Shidooka, Rie, 'Rough Crossings to Shierareone no josei gengogakuksha', Eigo Seinen/Rising Generation, 154.5 (August 2008), p. 296.
  • Spencer, Charles, 'Rough Crossings: An epic battle for liberty slips into a cultural cringe', Daily Telegraph, 1 October 2007, p. 26.
  • Taylor, Paul, Independent, 2 October 2007.

Screenplays

Playing Away

  • 'Clash of cultures, in "Playing Away"', New York Times, 1 April 1988, p. C4.
  • New York Times, 7 August 1988, p. H26. Short review.
  • Brown, Dwight, Hollywood Reporter, 29 April 1988.
  • Byrnes, Paul, 'The Brixton bouncers fly', Sydney Morning Herald, 12 May 1988.
  • Canby, Vincent, 'Playing Away, a Comedy', New York Times, 13 March 1987, p. C19.
  • Jerome, Deborah, 'Fresh, British Focus on Robbery and Racism', Record, 1 April 1988, p. 24.
  • Malcolm, Derek, 'Games people play', Guardian, 5 November 1987, p. 24.
  • Mietkiewicz, Henry, 'Racism studied on cricket pitch', Toronto Star, 12 April 1989, p. D3.
  • Newport, David, 'Differences on the cricket pitch', Screen International (26 July 1986), p. 16
  • Robinson, David, 'A nose for romantic comedy', The Times, 5 November 1987, p. 18.
  • Sewell, Tony, 'Playing for the Crowd', Voice, week ending 22 November 1986, p. 32.
  • Thomas, Kevin, 'A Tart Look at Racial Tensions', Los Angeles Times, 10 August 1988, Calendar p. 6.

The Mystic Masseur

  • 'Set in Trinidad, "The Mystic Masseur" thrives on optimism', Miami Herald, 17 May 2002, p. 12G.
  • 'A strong, human script', Hindu, 30 December 2001.
  • Adamson, April, 'Literary quest takes mystic turn in "Masseur"', Philadelphia Daily News, 17 May 2002, p. 49.
  • Arnold, Gary, 'Actors create exotic fun with Naipaul in "Masseur"', Washington Times, 17 May 2002, p. B5. A shorter version was also published as 'Masseur makes for exotic fun', Insight on the News, 18.22 (17 June 2002), p. 29.
  • Arnold, Gary, 'Merchant's "Mystic" journey', Washington Times, 8 June 2002, p. D2.
  • Barber, Nicholas, Independent on Sunday, 31 March 2002, p. 9. Very short review.
  • Bernard, Jami, 'Demure masseur satisfies strong knead to succeed', New York Daily News, 3 May 2002, p. 50.
  • Campbell, Paul, 'Merchant tells Naipaul tale of a likable man', Star-Ledger, 17 May 2002, p. 33.
  • Dirda, Michael, '"Masseur": Naipaul's Languid Charms', Washington Post, 17 May 2002, p. C5.
  • Ebert, Roger, '"Mystic" journey a delightful tale', Chicago Sun-Times, 17 May 2002, p. 32. Also published as 'A misguided belief in his own wisdom', Record, 17 May 2002, p. 7.
  • Elias, Rich, 'Screenplays falls short of Naipaul's novel', Columbus Dispatch, 2 August 2002, p. 6F.
  • Erstein, Hap, 'A novel distinction: unlikely writer succeeds in spite of himself', Palm Beach Post, 17 May 2002, p. 10.
  • Foreman, Jonathan, 'The Lost World of Naipaul's Trinidad', New York Post, 3 May 2002, p. 46.
  • French, Philip, 'Aye, there's the rub: V.S. Naipaul is ill served by Ismail ...', Observer, 31 March 2002, p. 8.
  • Gordon, Daphne, 'Trinidad's quiet charisma', Toronto Star, 31 May 2002, p. D4.
  • Holden, Stephen, 'The Rise of a Leader in Credulous Trinidad', New York Times, 3 May 2002, p. E16. Also published as 'Politics and power at work in "Mystic"', Houston Chronicle, 17 May 2002, p. 8.
  • Horiuchi, Vince, 'Rushed Pacing Rubs "Masseur" the Wrong Way', Salt Lake Tribune, 19 July 2002, p. C2.
  • Lacey, Liam, 'Into the mystic, with table manners', Globe and Mail, 31 May 2002, p. R3.
  • Marriott, John, Scotsman, 28 March 2002, p. 10.
  • McGill, Hannah, Herald (Scotland), 28 March 2002, p. 16.
  • Park, Ed, 'Not Into the Mystic', Village Voice, 30 April 2002.
  • Perry, Jonathan, '"Masseur" starts well, loses its touch', Boston Globe, 17 May 2002, p. C6.
  • Quinn, Anthony, Independent, 29 March 2002, p. 10. Very short review.
  • Rickey, Carrie, 'Ethnic Indians strive for freedom, without a Gandhi', Philadelphia Inquirer, 17 May 2002, p. W03.
  • Sebastian, Pradeep, 'Only printed matter matters', Hindu, 8 November 2002.
  • Stuart, Jan, 'Mystic Hath Charms and a Big Ego', Newsday, 2 May 2002.
  • Turan, Kenneth, 'A Most Charming Story', Cincinnati Post, 28 June 2002, p. 4C.
  • Turan, Kenneth, 'In "Mystic Masseur", Love of Books Is the Root of All Achievement", Los Angeles Times, 17 May 2002, p. F12.
  • Washington, Julie E., '"Mystic Masseur" fulfills intellectual, emotional kneads', Plain Dealer, 7 June 2002, p. 37.

Television Drama

The Hope and the Glory

  • Poole, Michael, 'Mild and Bitter', Listener, 19 April 1984.

Lost in Music

  • Lennon, Peter, 'Dreams of living', Listener, 24 May 1985.

The Record

  • Listener, 7 July 1984.
  • Time Out, 7 July 1984.
  • TV Times, 7 July 1984.

The Final Passage

  • Cumberbatch, Sylvan, Voice, p. 16.
  • Harry, Allister, 'Time the tale were told', Voice, 2 July 1996, p. 25.
  • Mietkiewicz, Henry, 'Eloquent drama soured by male-bashing', Toronto Star, 7 February 1997, p. D9.
  • Romney, Jonathan, 'Amour foul', Guardian, 8 July 1996, p. 12. Short review.
  • Sewell, Tony, 'Live and Kicking: Finding Our Feet', Voice, 9 July 1996, p. 9.
  • Sutcliffe, Thomas, Independent, 9 July 1996, p. 28.

Television Documentaries

Welcome to Birmingham

  • 'Black power gain?', Guardian, 21 September 1983.
  • 'A King to remember', TV Times, 17-23 September 1983, p. 3.
  • Ackroyd, Peter, 'A magic city with no charm', Times, 21 September 1983, p. 10.
  • Cowley, Elizabeth, Daily Mail, 20 September 1983, p. 22.
  • Roe, Kathy, 'Film stars our Birmingham, their Birmingham', Birmingham News, 7 March, 1983.

Darker Than Blue

  • Laing, Allan, Herald (Glasgow), 18 March 1995.

Radio Plays

The Wasted Years

  • Wain, John, 'Towny smartiboots', The Listener, 22 March 1984.
  • Young, B.A., 'A Visit After School', Financial Times, 13 July 1985, section S, p. XIII.

Writing Fiction

  • Curtis, Quentin, Independent on Sunday, 24 February 1991, p. 54.
  • Hanks, Robert, 'A case of writer's cramp', Independent, 23 February 1991, p. 25.
  • Young, B.A., 'Serial secrets', Financial Times, 2 March 1991, p. xix. Very short review.

A Kind of Home

  • Bailey, Paul, 'Extended Codas', review of 'A Kind of Home: James Baldwin in Paris', TLS, 16 January 2004.
  • Donovan, Paul, Sunday Times, 4 January 2004, Culture p. 72. Very short review.
  • Hodgkinson, Will, Guardian, 3 January 2004, p. 97. Very short review.
  • Hoyle, Martin, 'Sunday has antidote to a stinker: RADIO', Financial Times, 16 January 2004, p. 13.
  • Walker, Maxton, Guardian, 9 January 2004, p. 16.

Hotel Cristobel

  • Donovan, Paul, Sunday Times, 13 March 2005, Culture p. 60.

  • Chisholm, Kate, 'Violent Deaths Revisited', Spectator, 5 April 2008, p. 46.
  • Reynolds, Gillian, 'On radio: 4.4.68 by Jon Sen', Telegraph, 1 April 2008.

Dinner in the Village

  • Times Higher Education, 2018 (29 September 2011), p. 55.

Somewhere in England

  • Anderson, Jane, Radio Times, 3-9 December 2016, p. 136.

 

Miscellaneous
  • Radin, Victoria, 'The Caz and George Show', Observer, 23 April 1978. About the Oxford Festival of Theatre.
  • Balding, Sue, 'Don't argue the toss over a pint, go down to the Factory and write about it', Paddington Mercury, 6 February 1981, p. 6.
  • 'Diary', Sunday Times, 27 August 1989. On the play All or Nothing At All.
  • 'The Booker Prize Devalued', Economist, 23 October 1993, p. 108.
  • Morse, Ruth, 'The Caribbean Littoral', review of the Faber Caribbean Series, TLS, 15 May 1998.
  • Jaggi, Maya, 'Beyond Carnival and Cricket', review of the Faber Caribbean Series, Guardian Weekly, 17 May 1998, p. 32.
  • 'Caryl goes nuts', Evening Standard, 8 January 1999, p. 12.
  • Young, Anne-Christe, 'The papers of novelist Caryl Phillips...', College & Research Libraries News, 61.5 (May 2000), p. 431.
  • Baldwin, Katie, 'He must never be forgotten', Yorkshire Evening Post, 23 March 2005. On Caryl Phillips and David Oluwale.
  • Jaggi, Maya, 'No thanks, ma'am', Guardian, 15 June 2005, p. 4.
  • Foot, Tom, 'Phillips Claims Rappers are Modern Minstrels', New Journal Enterprises, 9 September 2005.
  • Kim, Jacqueline, 'Phillips shares latest novel', Yale Daily News, 25 October 2005.
  • Garcia, Vanessa, 'The Almost-Miseducation of Vanessa Garcia', Moving Worlds, 7.1 (2007), pp. 115-117.
  • Manners, Nicholle, 'Disturbing, daring "Dancing in the Dark"', Yale Daily News, 8 February 2008.
  • Wells, Andrew, 'Mont. Fellow Phillips starts term', Dartmouth, 1 July 2008.
  • Wells, Andrew, 'Phillips talks of life, literature', Dartmouth, 18 July 2008.
  • Taylor, Jeremy, 'Man in black', Caribbean Review of Books, 21 (May 2010). Review of Conversations with Caryl Phillips, ed. by Renée T. Schatteman.
  • Halloran, Vivian Nun, review of Conversations with Caryl Phillips, South Atlantic Review, 75.4 (Fall 2010), pp. 107-110.
  • Sawyer, Miranda, 'Rewind radio: Book of the Week; Twenty Minutes; My Teenage Diary: Reflections on 9/11 prove all the more powerful without the grisly images', Observer (New Review), 11 September 2011, p. 36. Review of Book of the Week: The 9/11 Letters (programme broadcast on BBC Radio 4, 5 September 2011 and in which Caryl Phillips reads a letter to his nephew where he speaks about his own experience of 9/11).
  • Marsden, Peter, 'Oxford', in Caryl Phillips: Writing in the Key of Life, ed. by Bénédicte Ledent & Daria Tunca (Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi, 2012), pp. 3-5.
  • Propienko, Esther, 'British History doesn't stop at Dover', PSA Newsletter, 9 (Spring 2012), pp. 8-9.
  • Yagnaraman, Dhwani, 'The Intersection of Literature and History: Author Caryl Phillips Reads Selection from Latest Novel', Cavalier Daily, 27 February 2015.
  • Fischer, Tom, 'Caryl Phillips Discusses his Novel The Lost Child', Wesleyan Argus, 5 March 2015.
  • Galo, Sarah, 'Kazuo Ishiguro and Caryl Phillips: a Friendship "Paved with Books"', Guardian, 20 March 2015.
  • Cripps, Charlotte, 'Food for Thought: Caryl Phillips', Independent, 11 April 2015.

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